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  • View Poll Results: which A level combination is best for a law degree?
    1. english language, psychology,history, geography
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    47.06%
    2.combined english language + lit, history, geography, law
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    52.94%

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    Which would be a better combination to go on to do a law degree

    1. History, geography, english language and psychology ( sixth form)
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    2. combined english language and lit, history, geography and law. ( collage)

    also is it better to stay at sixth form at school or go to collage, im unsure on what to do :confused:
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    Tough choice, Psychology is becoming rather respected as an A level but it seems like you're more of an arts type of person and combined lang and lit is more respected than lang so go for option 2.
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    (Original post by Jessicaa96)
    Which would be a better combination to go on to do a law degree

    1. History, geography, english language and psychology ( sixth form)
    OR
    2. combined english language and lit, history, geography and law. ( collage)

    also is it better to stay at sixth form at school or go to collage, im unsure on what to do :confused:
    TBH if I where an admissioner at a top 10 Russel Group university and I had a pile of applications for law you would not stand out at all with those subjects unless you had very good grades.

    I know that Cambridge likes students who are a science, maths and humanities mix for law.
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    Finally someone else who isnt doing a science subject at A-level.
    I would say do the second choice because i dont think psychology is respected enough to get into a good enough Uni. English lit is respected more that english combined so that would probably also be better i think.
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    I would definitely advise the second option because it means you get an idea of what studying law is like.
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    For law the most helpful A Levels to do are History, English Luerature. Psych is also good. However it is NOT essebtial to do Law (althoguh you will have a head start) but most uni's like teaching you afreash at degree level.

    6TH FORM VS COLLEGE? go to the one that has the best pass results
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    i dont know how to find out the what the results are? but thankyou for the input everyone who has answered it really has helped

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