I'm picking A-level subjects this year and I think I vaguely know which ones I want to choose, but more than one of them is classed as a "less suitable subject" by Cambridge.
(Also I'm new here so I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this?)
Roughly, my subject choices are:
- Government & Politics - "generally less suitable"
- Sociology - "generally less suitable"
Probably the subject I'm most unsure about is sociology. Ideally I would drop either it or g&p after one year of study, but I'll probably end up dropping chemistry bc i don't like it that much. I'm definitely doing Spanish tho.
I'm aiming for either a career in international law / foreign office / diplomacy OR criminology / psychology. I know I'd probably need another STEM subject for that and to keep doing chem.
Ok so my questions is are: would this profile help me or hinder me? Should I be worried that I'm doing more than one "generally less suitable" subject? Should I replace g&p with a facilitating subject like history? And is sociology a waste of my time?
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- Thread Starter
- 11-09-2015 20:59
- 11-09-2015 21:02
For Law, no need for STEM subjects - you can do whatever you want, do any degree at uni, and do the GDL. It's as if you've done a law degree.