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So I take English Literature, History and Philosophy- History is actually affecting my well-being and making me very pessimistic. There's a possibility I could do a one year course of Religion instead. Does Religion, Philosophy and Literature seem like strong subjects though for University for Law for example? or will this hold me back as Philosophy and Religion can be similar?

Thankyou so much for reading- I'm stressing out and in search of an answer!!
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Unis don't really care which A Levels you take to take jurisprudence (law) as an undergrad, you just need to get good grades in them and preferrably an essay based subject (which philosophy already is). Also you need to have good maths gcse.

Oxbridge requirements for jurisprudence: https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/unde...rudence?wssl=1
http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/law

As for the subjects, do whatever makes you happy.
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