What a levels should I choose to go into law, finance or business?Watch this thread
Economics OR business studies
English literature or literature & language
Government & politics
Psychology wouldn't be wrong if you were desperate to do it
I'd suggest avoiding law though - often unis prefer that you don't do it, and it can be regarded as a soft A Level.
For law, any combination of solid academic A Levels will usually do. That said, you'll find doing an essay subject beneficial, and the classic combination is history, English lit and government & politics.
For business / finance, maths will be beneficial, but it's one of those subject areas where most A Levels are acceptable
Don't pick anything you think you'll hate - that's not a fun way to spend two years
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I've decided I want to go into law and I'm doing late history,psychology, english language and literature (combined) and business studies is this ok I hope these subjects aren't considered soft?
I don't know what to do, could you please give me some advice? I was thinking A level business studies,law, psychology, English language and critical thinking as a fifth option(fast track course) I'm not really sure because I keep changing my mind so could you please give me some advice and will I get in to a good uni with these A levels?