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    I am currently studying core studying core subjects, history, sociology and French at GCSE.

    For my A-levels I'm not too sure whether to pick English Lit or film studies. I find English lit really hard but I heard it's one of the best subjects to pick to study law. I really wanted to do English Language but my sixth form doesn't offer it and I want to stay there.

    I definitely want to take sociology, psychology and drama.

    Are these subjects good to take for law and what grades do I need at GCSE and A-level?
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    I am currently studying core studying core subjects, history, sociology and French at GCSE.

    For my A-levels I'm not too sure whether to pick English Lit or film studies. I find English lit really hard but I heard it's one of the best subjects to pick to study law. I really wanted to do English Language but my sixth form doesn't offer it and I want to stay there.

    I definitely want to take sociology, psychology and drama.

    Are these subjects good to take for law and what grades do I need at GCSE and A-level?
    If you are intending to do your core subjects at A level , then it will not matter whether you do English or Film studies as a fourth.


    If you want me to ignore everything else and just comment on English v FS, then English may be preferred as a more demanding subject, but grades matter more.

    Its hard to say without knowing your other A levels.

    https://university.which.co.uk/advic...d-to-study-law
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    Thank you so much. This really helped.
 
 
 
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