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    I know that universities aren't that fussy about what subjects you take at A-Level if you're wanting to do a Law degree, but as always, there are some subjects that would be beneficial. I am taking History, Politics and Economics from September- would these subjects be beneficial to me when applying for a degree in Law?
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    Those subjects are a good choice if you want to do Law - they're quite typical and most people take a similar route. However, English would also be a good choice but it won't make a huge difference.
    Just don't make a mistake and do Law for A-Level!
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    (Original post by xSailorMoonQueen)
    Those subjects are a good choice if you want to do Law - they're quite typical and most people take a similar route. However, English would also be a good choice but it won't make a huge difference.
    Just don't make a mistake and do Law for A-Level!
    I couldn't do A-Level Law even if I wanted to as my sixth form don't offer it!
    Thanks for the reply!
 
 
 
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