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    I want to either do a law degree or become a primary school teacher , what Alevels are applicable for both which will get me into a good university
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    Doesn't really matter for law. Do what you enjoy/ will get the best grades in.
    Grades matter. Some people like to see soemthing like English or history as that shows an ability to write an essay and present a written argument, but honestly it doesnt matter. Grades are what count and you normally do best in the subjects you enjoy as long as they are vaguely academic.
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    Doesn't really matter for law. Do what you enjoy/ will get the best grades in.
    Grades matter. Some people like to see soemthing like English or history as that shows an ability to write an essay and present a written argument, but honestly it doesnt matter. Grades are what count and you normally do best in the subjects you enjoy as long as they are vaguely academic.
    Do you think Alevel Health and Social is a good choice to do a primary teaching degree?
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    Do you think Alevel Health and Social is a good choice to do a primary teaching degree?
    I really dont know. A level subjects can be a link to what you might want to study at uni. Is there much call for teachers with health and social rather than a traditional subject? Law requires quite a commitment so if and when you go for interviews you should try and make your mind up about whether you are prepared to commit. I dont think it would look good if you wee applting to do some law and some health degrees, unless ofc it was dual honours. If you did law you could do things like medical negligence.

    Do the subjects you enjoy as they give you the best chance of doing well and getting the grades you need.
 
 
 
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