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    I may actually consider taking up Sociology.
    My tutor also recommened Economics, but I'm really not too sure about that.
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    take anything that you enjoy and it doesnt matter if its a 'soft subject' as long as you only take it to AS because your other three subjects are solid
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    Do Philosophy and Ethics, it touches on the content of a law degree in some places and it is on the top arts list! It's also really good fun and links well with History and Eng Lit
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    Thought you might be interested to see the document in my sig. Official policy is that all unis (bar LSE and Manchester) see Law as an acceptable A Level which can be used in meeting offers, and even the other two accept it as a fourth. If OP is doing two other well-respected subjects, I don't see the harm in taking Law - especially as it counts as research to check that (s)he's sufficiently interested in the subject to study it at university. It's said to be neither advantageous nor disadvantageous.
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    i recommend philosophy and ethics i am really enjoying it at the moment and its really interesting. Have a look at the syllabus, but i thinkyou might really enjoy it
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    i recommend philosophy and ethics i am really enjoying it at the moment and its really interesting. Have a look at the syllabus, but i thinkyou might really enjoy it
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    Sociology's probably the best bet.
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    i recommend philosophy and ethics i am really enjoying it at the moment and its really interesting. Have a look at the syllabus, but i thinkyou might really enjoy it
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    (Original post by moleman3)
    i recommend philosophy and ethics i am really enjoying it at the moment and its really interesting. Have a look at the syllabus, but i thinkyou might really enjoy it
    My college do not offer this course, which I am rather gutted about. I was considering it.
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Thought you might be interested to see the document in my sig. Official policy is that all unis (bar LSE and Manchester) see Law as an acceptable A Level which can be used in meeting offers, and even the other two accept it as a fourth. If OP is doing two other well-respected subjects, I don't see the harm in taking Law - especially as it counts as research to check that (s)he's sufficiently interested in the subject to study it at university. It's said to be neither advantageous nor disadvantageous.
    That link was actually rather useful as all of the universities I hope to apply to are on that list
 
 
 
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