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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    With Law it doesn't matter what subjects you take, but maybe having a essay subject would help. The most useful ones could be: (You only really need 1, so do whatever you want,)

    History
    English Lit
    Economics
    Philosophy
    Languages
    Geograpy and so on.

    You said you were thinking about taking History, Philosophy and something else. Those 2 subjects would help a lot. Both essay subjects. You said for your 3rd, it would either be French, computer science, or statistics. Honestly it wouldn't matter at all. Maybe French would link the most to Law and could be useful but it doesn't really matter. You are considering statistics, have you thought about maths? Most Unis love maths so it could help and also in case you change your mind.
    I'm in a bit of a unfortunate predicament.
    I picked English Lit,History and Psychology for one sixth form(a good one,grammar)

    I have to drop either English Lit or Psychology since it does not fit in with the option blocks

    So the other option to replace it(Psychology ,since i will not drop English lit,due to my ambitious law career) is Geography,which i hate learning,although i get outstanding grades in it.I am planning to do English lit,English Lang and Lit and History.Would that be a deterrent for my future career.(I wish to go to a RG uni)
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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    I'm in a bit of a unfortunate predicament.
    I picked English Lit,History and Psychology for one sixth form(a good one,grammar)

    I have to drop either English Lit or Psychology since it does not fit in with the option blocks

    So the other option to replace it(Psychology ,since i will not drop English lit,due to my ambitious law career) is Geography,which i hate learning,although i get outstanding grades in it.I am planning to do English lit,English Lang and Lit and History.Would that be a deterrent for my future career.(I wish to go to a RG uni)
    Oh I fell so sorry for you, any GCSE advice ? Which ones did u do ?


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    Oh I fell so sorry for you, any GCSE advice ? Which ones did u do ?


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    Im doing it ATM.
    Double Science
    English Lang
    English Lit
    Modern Foreign Language
    Product design
    Geograhy.
    R.S
    Maths

    Pretty much excel at the essay types.
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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    So the other option to replace it(Psychology ,since i will not drop English lit,due to my ambitious law career) is Geography,which i hate learning,although i get outstanding grades in it.I am planning to do English lit,English Lang and Lit and History.Would that be a deterrent for my future career.(I wish to go to a RG uni)
    You don't need to take English Lit for Law. Taking English Lit and English Lang & Lit is a really bad idea - I'm surprised the school even allows it and I'm not sure the exam boards do either. Don't do both.
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    You don't need to take English Lit for Law. Taking English Lit and English Lag & Lit is a really bad idea - I'm surprised the school even allows it and I'm not sure the exam boards do either. Don't do both.
    At my school it's compulsory


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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    Im doing it ATM.
    Double Science
    English Lang
    English Lit
    Modern Foreign Language
    Product design
    Geograhy.
    R.S
    Maths

    Pretty much excel at the essay types.
    Thanks


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    At my school it's compulsory
    It's compulsory at your school to take A level English Literature and A level English Language and Literature? That seems very odd as , whilst I can't find it's prohibited, the exam boards timetable the exams at the same time as they don't think anyone would do both. I suspect some universities may not count them as 2 different subjects.
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    It's compulsory at your school to take A level English Literature and A level English Language and Literature? That seems very odd as , whilst I can't find it's prohibited, the exam boards timetable the exams at the same time as they don't think anyone would do both. I suspect some universities may not count them as 2 different subjects.
    No GCSE


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