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    I have been asked by my school to pick my A-Levels and I am not sure on what to do. I am thinking about doing one of these 3 combo's.

    1) Biology, Chemistry and Maths
    2) History, Math and Economics
    3)Biology, Economics and Psychology
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    You should be finding what you may be interested in the future, we can't tell you what you may like.
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    Biology chemistry maths - doctor, dentistry, medicine that sort of field
    History, maths and economics - maths and economics - accountant maybe history is jsut there maybe for law?
    biologu economics and psychology - doctor pyschologist but maths would be useful here if you did choose a 4th
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    (Original post by BlaG-)
    Biology chemistry maths - doctor, dentistry, medicine that sort of field
    History, maths and economics - maths and economics - accountant maybe history is jsut there maybe for law?
    biologu economics and psychology - doctor pyschologist but maths would be useful here if you did choose a 4th
    Would I be able to go into law with History, Economics and Math? or do i have to do english
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    Physics goes well with maths.
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    (Original post by MercrutioCaius)
    Would I be able to go into law with History, Economics and Math? or do i have to do english
    Yeah you would. You don't need english its helpful to have history or english but you have history so..

    Out of those options if I had to choose I would choose the 2nd one. But thats me as im not into the sciences. If you want to do medicine however then the first one. Law the 2nd one.
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    (Original post by MercrutioCaius)
    Would I be able to go into law with History, Economics and Math? or do i have to do english
    Law has no subject requirements, you'd be fine with those subjects if that's what you want to do.
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    (Original post by MercrutioCaius)
    I have been asked by my school to pick my A-Levels and I am not sure on what to do. I am thinking about doing one of these 3 combo's.

    1) Biology, Chemistry and Maths
    2) History, Math and Economics
    3)Biology, Economics and Psychology

    Hi, I helped someone with a similar question and I literally wrote an essay so I'll try to keep it short for you :P Firstly don't you pick 4 a-levels ? and then drop one at the end of your first year of a-levels. Anyway I think you need to focus a little more about a future job or field. It doesn't have to be specific and you can change your mind any time but have like specific fields/areas you want and then pick a-level subjects that will either keep your options open in those fields or pick subjects that mostly apply to your favourite area so even if you change your mind about a course or job but it is in a similar field you should be ok. Theres an app called bestcourse4me it shows you what university degrees people do after their a-level choices and it has other information too. So yeah pick 4 alevels and but you are right to mainly focus on 3, I did. But yeah you just need to do research on fields and also maybe look at topic lists etc of things you do in your chosen a-levels to help you make your final decision its all about the research :P If I were you I would choose the first choice because I chose mostly science subjects ( I chose physics, chemistry , math , graphics) . Ps arty subjects like graphics take so much time lol . But yeah I want go into something sciency so my subjects should be ok I wanted to do product design too , to keep my technology field open but unfortunately my school stopped that a-level . Anyway I think you should choose Maths, Bio, Chemistry and Economics or swap a science for physics, I think you might enjoy it. I do love history too though LOOL but I didnt choose that. Anyway I had more to say but yeah I think im just gassing now LOOL but yeah research is important and choose the subjects you enjoy because you will have a massive workload in AS levels and its hard to cope. Anyway if you have specific questions message me I would love to help. Good luck with your gcses
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    (Original post by MercrutioCaius)
    Would I be able to go into law with History, Economics and Math? or do i have to do english
    For Law you don't need any specific subjects. I want to do Law at university and I'm taking Maths, Further Maths, Physics, RS and History so you can really have a combination lol

    I think for Law they're looking more for the skills you learn during your A Levels rather than what subject knowledge you have.

    History - analytical skills and loooong essay practice, as well as research and further reading.
    Economics - again analytical and looking at current affairs/the economy, which if you choose to specialise way later down the line some background knowledge can be helpful.
    Maths - the way you think in maths is different than any other subject, and the fact that you have to do 6 modules in the 2 years (on Edexcel at least) and know different kinds of maths can be really useful.

    Hope this helps
 
 
 
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