How much will it hinder me if I want to do law without English or History?

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    I've heard that English Literature and History are the two most useful subjects for a law degree (Ideally, I'd like to go to a good university, preferably a Russel Group one). Right now my most likely A-Level choices are:

    Music (I expect I'll drop this one after year 12. I'm mainly taking this one because I enjoy it and do well at it).

    If you don't need it to meet the entry requirements don't worry about it. Pick subjects that interest you and you're likely to do well in.

    Those choices are fine; it won't hinder you in the slightest.
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