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    I'm in year 11 and after my GCSE's I would like to go on to study a levels that would allow me to go on to study a degree in law at a good university like ucl. I know that I need to take traditional a levels to enable me to study law. The a levels I am interested in are German,History,Philsophy,Governm ent and politics and Geography. Which of these a levels would be the best for law?
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    History, Philosophy, Politics and German!! You could consider doing law though, as Ive heard some unis are annoyed by the amount of people not taking it due to them believing the myth that it is not recommended for law students..
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    Dw bro , Unis want respectable subjects.The one you did are respectable,and traditional(As History,Philospophy,Gov and Politics offer essay skills which will be useful for Law).History and Geo are facilitating subjects so your sorted .

    Good luck with your GCSE's
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    History, politics, language?
    Maths is also really nice because universities love it no matter what course you're doing.
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    (Original post by polkastars01)
    I'm in year 11 and after my GCSE's I would like to go on to study a levels that would allow me to go on to study a degree in law at a good university like ucl. I know that I need to take traditional a levels to enable me to study law. The a levels I am interested in are German,History,Philsophy,Governm ent and politics and Geography. Which of these a levels would be the best for law?
    English Literature, History and Law.
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    Tbh if by law you mean LLB, I'm pretty sure it doesn't require great subjects...Maybe english, maths or french

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