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    The two careers I'm thinking of following are Law and Engineering (most likely chemical). I want to take two sciences and one essay-based subject. For chemical engineering I need maths and chemistry but for other types of engineering I need maths and physics. That's already in total 3 subjects.
    For law I know I don't need any specific subjects but I want to take either history or law in order to improve my essay writing skills and universities prefer if you have an essay-based subject.
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    maths - chemistry - physics -- all types of engineering + law
    maths - chemistry - law/history -- chemical eng. + law
    maths - physics - law/history -- all types of engineering except chemical + law
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    (Original post by dcc100)
    The two careers I'm thinking of following are Law and Engineering (most likely chemical). I want to take two sciences and one essay-based subject. For chemical engineering I need maths and chemistry but for other types of engineering I need maths and physics. That's already in total 3 subjects.
    For law I know I don't need any specific subjects but I want to take either history or law in order to improve my essay writing skills and universities prefer if you have an essay-based subject.
    What do I do?
    maths - chemistry - physics -- all types of engineering + law
    maths - chemistry - law/history -- chemical eng. + law
    maths - physics - law/history -- all types of engineering except chemical + law
    If you are interested in engineering i would choose maths and physics to open doors to a range of engineering degrees. Have you thought about taking english literature for law? If not personally i would choose history over law as history is a facilitating subject and 3 facilitating a levels would be highly respected. Hope this helps😁
 
 
 
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