What A levels should I take for law Watch
I think that you should pick three academic subjects like English, psychology/biology and economics and choose an AS subject that is purely for your enjoyment, like art, drama or music. This shows the universities that there is something diverse to your personality, which sets you aside from the other candidates.
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hope this helps... Universities just like essay writing subjects, and ones that show you know how to argue well, as someone stated above- History, Philosophy, and Psychology are all good. It also depends on whether you'd like to specialise in anything; I'd like to specialise in Medical Law, and therefore am taking two sciences (I have to take one anyway haha), and Maths (also have to take this:L).
Similarly, don't be put off studying A-level Law - I did, and it hasn't been any detriment to my degree. The only word of warning I would give if you do take it is not to then get to your degree and think you know everything about the law - yes, you'll cover a lot of the same material but the level of depth is far greater.
For reference my A-level subjects were: Geography (A*), Economics (A), Chemistry (A), Law (A), Maths (C, took a year early) and General Studies (A*, college made it compulsory but it was a waste of time!)
Do what you're best at and make sure that the subjects are respected. Examples of respected subjects are Maths, History, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Economics, Geography, English Lit., Further Maths and since you want to do Law then picking Law wouldn't be a bad option.
You can do subjects like Sociology, psychology and Business Studies but they are considered "soft" so I'd recommend only doing 1 of them if you want to.