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    In September I'll be starting my A Levels, and I know that I am doing English Literature and History - and I can't decide between Philosophy and Ethics (AQA) and Classics (OCR). I'm interested in both but I want to know which is easier to get a higher grade in, and it would be useful to know the pros and cons of each (I'm planning on doing Law at uni).
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    I do history, English lit, classical civilisation and biology and I'm currently in year 12 and I'm intrested in law.Class civ is an enjoyable subject, not too difficult nor not too easy . A lot of reading and essay writing though.
 
 
 
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