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    I am going to be starting college in september, but i still don't know what to pick, it's even harder because i dont know what i want to be when i'm older...So far i have picked Law, Sociology and that's it i need 2 more things that would well suit me, but i have no idea

    Do you know what you want to do after college ? ? even if you have a basic idea it might be good to see what you need to do/study what you want to do after college, if you don't know then i don't know what to suggest as people can't tell you what to do its entirely up to you.

    If you dont know what to do after college- why dont you pick 4 subjects that cover all areas, rather than all your subjects being similar (e.g. all maths/science subjects).
    Seeing as you have already picked law and sociology, why dont you pick a humanities subject (like history or geography) and then a science/maths subject (like biology, chemistry, physics or maths).
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