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Which A Levels should I choose?


I think I want to go into Law, but also want keep my options open to other areas. I have decided that I'm definitely going to choose English Literature and Religious Philosophy, and I'm 90% set on doing Art up to AS level, then dropping it for A2.


Has anyone taken Economics/ Politics for A level? How hard are they? Should I take one/ both? Do they compliment each other well or would they make me appear less versatile?
I don't want to take a science/ maths so please don't suggest that.
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Hey,

English Literature and religious studies are two good subjects. For a fourth, I'd recommend economics a lot more than politics. I'm doing economics at the moment - the world load's alright, it's not particularly challenging and it's rather fun; not to mention it being a lot more desirable than politics.

Therefore, a combination of English literature, religious studies (or philosophy and ethics), economics and art would be perfectly desirable for ANY law school

Just to answer your other question, versatility is not necessary for law. But for consolation, economics is quite a contrasting subject.

The best possible subjects for law are

Main: English Literature and/or History
Complimentary: Religious Studies/ languages
Additional: maths, sciences, economics, geography
Fourth: whatever you want

Best of luck!
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(Original post by jake4198)
Hey,

English Literature and religious studies are two good subjects. For a fourth, I'd recommend economics a lot more than politics. I'm doing economics at the moment - the world load's alright, it's not particularly challenging and it's rather fun; not to mention it being a lot more desirable than politics.

Therefore, a combination of English literature, religious studies (or philosophy and ethics), economics and art would be perfectly desirable for ANY law school

Just to answer your other question, versatility is not necessary for law. But for consolation, economics is quite a contrasting subject.

The best possible subjects for law are

Main: English Literature and/or History
Complimentary: Religious Studies/ languages
Additional: maths, sciences, economics, geography
Fourth: whatever you want

Best of luck!
Thanks!




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