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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:

    Maths
    Economics
    RS
    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).
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    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.
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    Those choices are fine; it won't hinder you in the slightest.
 
 
 
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