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    Hi, I have to pick my a level subjects this week.

    I am considering History, economics and government and politics. would these subjects be ok to apply for a law a law degree? thanks
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    They are fine, there are no specific requirements, so. take the one you will get the best marks in.. One essay subject is useful. History is ideal.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    They are fine, there are no specific requirements, so. take the one you will get the best marks in.. One essay subject is useful. History is ideal.
    I know there are no specific requirements but I don't think would be accepted if two of my levels were soft subjects or can I really take anything?
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    I know there are no specific requirements but I don't think would be accepted if two of my levels were soft subjects or can I really take anything?
    The ones you have chosen are fine. If you were to choose drama, music and sports science then you might have some issues. Traditional or enabling subjects are safest, but its really about grades.
    http://university.which.co.uk/advice...d-to-study-law
    http://university.which.co.uk/advice...ut-a-level-law
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    So would I be ok to apply for a law degree if I take sociology economics and politics?
 
 
 
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