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    Hello, as you may know it is the time to apply for Sixth form around England and I'm stuck between two career options! So I thought of this: if I don't achieve the desired gcse results for medicine then I would turn to law, so I have the stability of both careers no matter what. I have also heard that there are no specific A levels for law. So could you tell me out of 4 options, which one seems more suitable:

    Option 1- Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Law
    Option 2- Biology, Chemistry, history, law
    Option 3- Biology, Chemistry, English, History
    Option 4- Biology, Chemistry, Geography, English

    Thank you.
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    (Original post by Bumbaclart)
    Hello, as you may know it is the time to apply for Sixth form around England and I'm stuck between two career options! So I thought of this: if I don't achieve the desired gcse results for medicine then I would turn to law, so I have the stability of both careers no matter what. I have also heard that there are no specific A levels for law. So could you tell me out of 4 options, which one seems more suitable:

    Option 1- Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Law
    Option 2- Biology, Chemistry, history, law
    Option 3- Biology, Chemistry, English, History
    Option 4- Biology, Chemistry, Geography, English

    Thank you.
    Hi,

    I would go for options 3 or 4 because some unis are a bit iffy about the Law A-level, its also a very closed option. English/History/Geography will give you the written essay skills that you would need if you chose to do law, where as Chem and Bio will give you the analytical science have that you will need for Medicine.

    Hope this was helpful!

    Interesting choice of name by the way?
 
 
 
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