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    Hi. I'd like to know if Maths Economics and Philosophy & ethics (aswell as compulsary AS citizenship) is a good enough combination to go to a russel group university to study Law. Please help me out here.
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    please somebody
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    .... please
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    anyone else.
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    also what other degrees could i possibly do with those subjects?
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    Economics? Depending on whether you need Further maths or not at the RG uni
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    also what other degrees could i possibly do with those subjects?
    Philosophy.

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    maths and economics yes
    philosophy and ethics probably
    citizenship ... unsure
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    For Law, it'd be advisable to have History or Eng Lit in there (traditional essay subject). But a good grade in P+E should be okay
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    I know someone who got into Exeter for law with a btec diploma! What does that tell you?

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    Yep, Maths and Philosophy are very respected. Economics seems fine, although I'd do another AS. Citizenship is really only accepted as an extra subject alongside your 4 AS's (especially if you want to go to a Russell group)


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