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    hi, i'm in year 11 at the moment and i've got to decide my a-levels soon. I know i want to take History as its my strongest and favourite subject, but i'm not sure what else i should take? My best subjects are things essay based although i've got an A in maths GCSE a year early so i'm not too bad at that! help!!
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    hi, i'm in year 11 at the moment and i've got to decide my a-levels soon. I know i want to take History as its my strongest and favourite subject, but i'm not sure what else i should take? My best subjects are things essay based although i've got an A in maths GCSE a year early so i'm not too bad at that! help!!
    english lit, History, a language if you are strong in any of them, if not then maybe politics or economics, they're all essay based but you can do maths if you want tbh, law doesn't require specific a levels. In year 12 look for work experience in all areas of law including commercial, Criminal law firms etc. Your University will love seeing that you are already knowledgable on not only area but a variety, may boost your application!


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    You can take any subjects. Might help to take at least one essay subject (like History) since you will be writing essays at Uni otherwise any is fine.
 
 
 
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