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    I've chosen to do philosophy and ethics and law but i'm not sure what to do for my third choice. Should I do classic civilisation, geography or history? I'm interested in all of them but i'm not sure which one would get me into university.
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    I think History would be your best option, as it is good preparation for a Law degree
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    (Original post by ameliajessirose)
    I've chosen to do philosophy and ethics and law but i'm not sure what to do for my third choice. Should I do classic civilisation, geography or history? I'm interested in all of them but i'm not sure which one would get me into university.
    All options are acceptable to get you into any uni (unless they specify a certain subject) I take history at A-level and find it will be the best preparation for a law degree
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    I take history at A-level and find it will be the best preparation for a law degree
    Whilst I have no argument that History is a good option if you want to read law, how do you know it will be 'the best preparation for a law degree' when you haven't got that far yet?
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    History and English literature
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    Pick subjects that you enjoy and you know will get you a good grade.

    Dont pick subjects based on your course at uni, make sure you have atleast 2 facilitating subjects.

    Law isnt needed for law at uni btw
 
 
 
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