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    thank you for all your advice, jus one more question is RE (PHILOSOPHY AND ETHNICS) a respected traditional subject?? i wasnt very sure about that thus i was confused whether to choose it or not.

    I'd say it is. After all, religious studies has existed for years and is commonly taught in secondary schools, which seem to be the basic prerequisites for a 'traditional' subject.

    Law tutors like 'traditional' subjects such as english, maths etc. You need to do one essay subject, and lit is more highly looked upon than lang so I'd go for that one. Business studies isn't really respected either, although as a fourth subject at AS it's ok.

    Taking a science is good, and maths is a MUST. Try to do a statistics module (I think somebody already mentioned that...) which will help you with the economics. It's most important to go with subjects that strike a balence between you feeling comfortable and capable of performing to your maximum and enjoying yourself!


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