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    I'm looking at studying either law/history or literature at uni with hopes of finding a job in politics/editing/journalism or the courtroom! Choosing my a levels is proving to be difficult! English and history are obviously a prerequisite but any ideas what else I should study? Is it good to show ability in analytical/scientific based subjects as well?
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    I'm looking at studying either law/history or literature at uni with hopes of finding a job in politics/editing/journalism or the courtroom! Choosing my a levels is proving to be difficult! English and history are obviously a prerequisite but any ideas what else I should study? Is it good to show ability in analytical/scientific based subjects as well?
    I'm looking to do the same things - both at A Level and at Degree level. If you do a language, maybe do that? If your school offers politics, you could choose that (but you have probably already considered this ) With History and English at A Level, you could sort of choose any other subject (maybe a science?) you wanted since you'll already have the two most important ones. However, I'm certainly no expert in this field, but I hope I've helped and GOOD LUCK!:p:H
 
 
 

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