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    I will study A-level next year,and the school teacher told me to decide my A-level choices before next month.

    I want to study law in the university,which one of the 2 do you think is better?

    My other 3 subjects are:Maths,Physics,Economics.

    Thank you for your precious time.
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    (Original post by jinsisi)
    I will study A-level next year,and the school teacher told me to decide my A-level choices before next month.

    I want to study law in the university,which one of the 2 do you think is better?

    My other 3 subjects are:Maths,Physics,Economics.

    Thank you for your precious time.

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    yeh i agreee politics. further maths is generally better for people going into sciences
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    Thank you.
    I love Politics and Government but I am very good at both Maths and Further Maths.
    So I can't make a choice between them.
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    (Original post by jinsisi)
    I will study A-level next year,and the school teacher told me to decide my A-level choices before next month.

    I want to study law in the university,which one of the 2 do you think is better?

    My other 3 subjects are:Maths,Physics,Economics.

    Thank you for your precious time.
    Furthermaths is Harder ! alot more work than Politics....But i'd still take it even if u wanna do law.
    Unis just want traditional subjects for law they don't specify anything. But if someoen does further maths and gets an A at it.....it shows that he's an able student.
    I know politics is more related to law than further maths but thats what i would ve done if i were u.
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    (Original post by HamaL)
    Furthermaths is Harder ! alot more work than Politics....But i'd still take it even if u wanna do law.
    Unis just want traditional subjects for law they don't specify anything. But if someoen does further maths and gets an A at it.....it shows that he's an able student.
    I know politics is more related to law than further maths but thats what i would ve done if i were u.
    Thank you.
    Do the teachers in oxbridge think the student who have an A in further maths an able student too?
    I think further maths is much easier than PG for me.(I am a Chinese.)But I really like PG.
 
 
 
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