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    I'm still not sure which a-levels I should choose. The one I'll definitely choose is math which I'm pretty good at. Chemistry is also an interesting subject for me and Physics is less interesting for me but I still get A*s. I'm planning on choosing three and I'm considering substituting one of the sciences (probably Physics) with Law.
    First of all, I know you don't need law to study law, I know Physics opens more doors as it's a "facilitating subject". But I really like Law more than Physics.
    I would also like some insight if you're doing or have done either Physics or Law . For example is there a lot of electricity which I find boring in Physics?
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    (Original post by dcc100)
    I'm still not sure which a-levels I should choose. The one I'll definitely choose is math which I'm pretty good at. Chemistry is also an interesting subject for me and Physics is less interesting for me but I still get A*s. I'm planning on choosing three and I'm considering substituting one of the sciences (probably Physics) with Law.
    First of all, I know you don't need law to study law, I know Physics opens more doors as it's a "facilitating subject". But I really like Law more than Physics.
    I would also like some insight if you're doing or have done either Physics or Law . For example is there a lot of electricity which I find boring in Physics?
    The only advice I can give is to study the subject which you will enjoy more. Studying a subject that you don't really enjoy is really hard at A Level and will make you destined to get naff grades. The other thing I would say is to check the UCAS website and explore some courses. Find the sort of thing you might like to study and check the entry requirements to make sure you're not hindering your choices with your A Level subjects. For many courses, it won't matter if you choose Physics or Law, so you'll be able to just do whatever you like.
 
 
 
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