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    Hia my name is julia and at the moment i am in year 11.
    I am really worried about my future and can't stop thinking about it.
    I am a good student and most of my predicted grades for GCSE are:
    biol: A*
    chem:A*
    phys:B
    math:A*
    french:A*
    History:A

    I enjoy all the subjects listed above although, for a levels i must take about 4... And here is my problem : WHICH ?!
    I consider studying either law or medicine when im older but according what it says on the websites for medicine You need:
    math, chem biol(or phys)

    and for law you need history

    And, well i really want to take french because it looks really good on Your papers that you know more then one language! And i have no idea what to do now...
    Is there anyone studying either law or medicine?
    What did you take for a-levels and what grade did You achieve?
    Do you still like the course You are doing?
    How long is the course and what are the opportunities after You finish it?
    Do you get on with the load of work You must revise?

    Thank You for everything.
    Julia xx
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    Hia my name is julia and at the moment i am in year 11.
    I am really worried about my future and can't stop thinking about it.
    I am a good student and most of my predicted grades for GCSE are:
    biol: A*
    chem:A*
    phys:B
    math:A*
    french:A*
    History:A

    I enjoy all the subjects listed above although, for a levels i must take about 4... And here is my problem : WHICH ?!
    I consider studying either law or medicine when im older but according what it says on the websites for medicine You need:
    math, chem biol(or phys)

    and for law you need history

    And, well i really want to take french because it looks really good on Your papers that you know more then one language! And i have no idea what to do now...
    Is there anyone studying either law or medicine?
    What did you take for a-levels and what grade did You achieve?
    Do you still like the course You are doing?
    How long is the course and what are the opportunities after You finish it?
    Do you get on with the load of work You must revise?

    Thank You for everything.
    Julia xx
    Ok, I probably won't be much help, BUT I am a prospective law student and my subjects are English Literature, History, French and Latin and Critical Thinking.

    For medicine, these subjects would be good: Maths, Chemistry and Biology

    However, for law, there is no set combination of subjects that you need, however essay based subjects are good.

    So, if you want to do 4 subjects, I would recommend you take:
    -Chemistry
    -Biology
    -History
    and then for a fourth:
    - Maths or French

    That combination would keep your options open.

    But that's just my opinion, hopefully you'll get some others too. =) But to be honest, why law and medicine. Are you just picking two random well-paid careers for the sake of it? I'm not saying that you have to know what you want to do at this age, because I don't either!! I just think that they are two extremely different careers and you should probably be able to decide if you are more interested in arts or sciences. But anyway, the above combination should keep options open =D
 
 
 
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