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I'm wanting to go into law at university and I heard history was a good A-Level to do.

I did it at GCSE and I didn't enjoy it but still got a good grade in it so I don't know whether to do it at A-Level?
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I'm wanting to go into law at university and I heard history was a good A-Level to do.

I did it at GCSE and I didn't enjoy it but still got a good grade in it so I don't know whether to do it at A-Level?
What units are you doing currently, what units are done at your sixth form at A-level and what grade are you working to get?
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i'm wanting to go into law at university and i heard history was a good a-level to do.

I did it at gcse and i didn't enjoy it but still got a good grade in it so i don't know whether to do it at a-level?
honestly no i hate it biggest regret ever
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I got a B last year in history. The units we did was Germany and America and Britain after the war

Our six form does:

Stuart Britain and the crisis of monarchy 16031953

Revolution and dictatorship: Russia and the Soviet Union 1917-1953

And historical enquiry


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I got a B last year in history. The units we did was Germany and America and Britain after the war

Our six form does:

Stuart Britain and the crisis of monarchy 16031953

Revolution and dictatorship: Russia and the Soviet Union 1917-1953

And historical enquiry


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Have you thought about taking another A-level, like Politics?

While a B is a very good grade, the GCSE units are much simpler and the A-level breadth studies are in more depth than a GCSE depth study. Hopefully that gives you an idea of what it's like...

If you're motivated and determined, I don't see why not. But I got a really high A (A*s in all my units) at GCSE and I'm struggling with it even though I am determined to get a good grade in in.

Politics is a great A-level for law, much easier and much more interesting!
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