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    I would do History, English Literature, Religious Studies and either Mathematics or a Language.
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    I would do History, English Literature, Religious Studies and either Mathematics or a Language.
    As when I get to a level there's no AS and we've only got 3, I think I'll do history RS and maths - as I hate languages and I'm rubbish at them so I'm not taking any at GCSEs


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    Take a language so you can take that law degree abroad because it ain't gonna help ya in the very staurated law market in this country.
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    (Original post by vn2410)
    As when I get to a level there's no AS and we've only got 3, I think I'll do history RS and maths - as I hate languages and I'm rubbish at them so I'm not taking any at GCSEs


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    Okay, you should definitely do either History or English though. I recommend History.
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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Take a language so you can take that law degree abroad because it ain't gonna help ya in the very staurated law market in this country.
    I know but I'm just bad at languages and I can't take one any way because I'm not taking one for GCSE , any other comments ?


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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    Okay, you should definitely do either History or English though. I recommend History.
    Yes I will probably take history , it's my best subject and favriote


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    (Original post by vn2410)
    I'm actually reasonably good at RS, history and English with As and an A*in history but then I do find English boring but does English get harder, and yes politics is offered but some say it's a soft option ?


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    I don't do English Lit personally but I know it definitely does get harder, especially since the grade boundaries are ridiculously close, and everyone doing it is currently stressing over it. I found it boring too, and not choosing English was the best decision I could have made.
    Well my school doesn't offer it because it is generally considered soft, I think it'd be good to do RS (or History if you're really dedicated, a lot of boring content if i'm honest) because RS has a lot of interesting content and isn't considered soft. But at the end of the day if you really DO like politics, absolutely go for it!!
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    As when I get to a level there's no AS and we've only got 3, I think I'll do history RS and maths - as I hate languages and I'm rubbish at them so I'm not taking any at GCSEs


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    This is great
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    (Original post by Wisteria_xo)
    This is great
    Thanks , just wondering what would be better, politics economics or maths if I'm also doing history and philosophy and ethics (RS) ?


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    Do the subjects you enjoy, because you are more likely to get best grades in them. Law doesnt gave any must have subjects , although doing one A level thats essay based can be handy, so something like Histpry or English lit. Traditional subjects are also fine sciences, Geography , English, Languages. You would be allowed one enwer soft subject, but really its grades that matter.
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    Thanks any politics advice


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