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    Im in year 11 and am interested in law and investment banking but cant decide on which career. I am thinking of choosing maths,economics,physics and computer science for AS. Are these good solid options?
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    I personally think you should test your strengths and weaknesses and from that evaluate and choose the best one for you
    Hope this helps
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    If you want to go in to law ideally you should have one English based subject
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    They're great if you're focusing on investment banking, for law you would need to consider an A level in law or English!
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    You can always go into law with a conversion course without needing an llb ug course
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    (Original post by jr_762)
    Im in year 11 and am interested in law and investment banking but cant decide on which career. I am thinking of choosing maths,economics,physics and computer science for AS. Are these good solid options?
    Law doesn’t have any specific requirements but an essay-based subject like History could be useful. Nonetheless Economics is pretty good at showing this, and if you are more numerate then you should focus on them 4 subjects you’ve mentioned. Do you genuinely enjoy all those subjects?
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    yeah from what ive heard economics is pretty interesting at a level im good at maths physics and computer science as well
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    (Original post by jr_762)
    yeah from what ive heard economics is pretty interesting at a level im good at maths physics and computer science as well
    Do you actually enjoy them though? At A-Level, being good at it at GCSE isn’t enough to keep you going, you have to have true passion for your subject. Almost half of my Physics class has dropped it, they all got good grades (A/A*) but didn’t actually like the subject enough.
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