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I'm stuck between picking History and Law because both really interest me. However my position may get me neither and onto a foundations degree. I messed up one of my 1 levels and decided to drop it and since it was reformed it to be at the end of the two years with no AS I got nothing from it. I am now doing English Lang and History A levels with politics AS. This means I won't have much UCAS points. However, in year 10/11 I was forced to do a RS A level and got a E on that. If uni's allow that I might scrape enough points to get into a decent university. Could anyone help me and give me any ideas on what to do.
Also some pros and cons of both history and law would be helpful.
Thanks in advance
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