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    maybe a creative subject as they like people with other interests
    I took law , maths , double english and art and going to be doing a law degree. A-level law is fine but if you want to apply to oxford or cambridge then maybe you should do maths or economics or a science
    but make sure you do something you like , then you will be fine
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    maybe a creative subject as they like people with other interests
    I took law , maths , double english and art and going to be doing a law degree. A-level law is fine but if you want to apply to oxford or cambridge then maybe you should do maths or economics or a science
    but make sure you do something you like , then you will be fine
    Well I started college yesterday and I'm studying:
    History, Pscyhology, Government & Poltics and Communication & Culture.
    I know the communication & culture lets it down a bit but do you think they're good subjects for apply for law? Also.. I'm not sure if I wan't to do psychology instead and I know these subjects aren't really suitable for a psychology degree so is it impossible to be accepted to do psychology?
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    Well I started college yesterday and I'm studying:
    History, Pscyhology, Government & Poltics and Communication & Culture.
    I know the communication & culture lets it down a bit but do you think they're good subjects for apply for law? Also.. I'm not sure if I wan't to do psychology instead and I know these subjects aren't really suitable for a psychology degree so is it impossible to be accepted to do psychology?
    I think they are really good subjects, ye I have never heard of communication and culture but if your interested in it then do it
    the subjects are suitable for both law and pyschology, my brother did a psyc degree and he did geography, p.e and pyschology so your subjects are fine but if your unsure, maybe get some work experience or volunteer in a magistrates court or something
    dont worry about your subjects though they sound perfect !

    theartmess xo.
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    I'm not applying for Law but I have heard Law at AS/A Level isn't the best idea.

    History and Psychology are good choices, Sociology is straight forward and essay based, A science or a mathematical subject would be considered rigourous as well as developing your analytical skills. My friend who is studying Law at Oxford took Psychology, Philosophy, History and English.
 
 
 
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