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    History, English Language and a subject that you'll enjoy! It's important you enjoy it so that you can achieve a good grade.


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    Well, of course. That;s why I said if you want to follow a career in Law. Reading Law just as an academic study is one thing; following a Law career quite another.
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    why not government and politics a level?
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    (Original post by katherine9609)
    Maths doesn't relate at all to law and won't be useful unless you're planning to do maths, physics etc at uni.
    Cambridge are on record saying that Maths is one of the best A levels to have for Law as it shows the ability to think logically.
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    (Original post by rhia9)
    History, English Language and a subject that you'll enjoy! It's important you enjoy it so that you can achieve a good grade.


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    I've picked the three subjects I enjoy most,
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    Personally id do:
    Law
    History
    Sociology/psychology
    English

    I did:
    Law, history, psychology and criminology as i wasnt sure whether i wanted to do law at uni, decided on history in the end 😏

    Take subjects you know youll find interesting..nothing worse than revising something you hate and your future dependibg on it ( i hate psychology ) 😂
 
 
 
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