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    I am quite unsure on what A-level options I should take in order to study Law at university, but I was wondering doing Economics, History and Geography, and maybe French but I'm not so sure about it yet.
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    According to Russell Groups' Informed Choices, you should do English and History.

    Go to the law section: https://www.russellgroup.ac.uk/media...ices-print.pdf
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    (Original post by baffled_679)
    I am quite unsure on what A-level options I should take in order to study Law at university, but I was wondering doing Economics, History and Geography, and maybe French but I'm not so sure about it yet.
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    I would say to look into Law courses to see if they have any preferred subjects but generally, Law tends to be one of those courses that universities aren't too fussy about your subject choices, you just need to get the grades
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    I'd think that English Literature, History, Sociology and Government & Politics would be a great combination for Law or another social science at degree level.
 
 
 
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