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    I am an A-levels first year student. I have taken psychology, sociology and English language as my subjects. I am now questioning whether I made the right decision because everyone I talk to seems to have a different opinion, also I'm worried about universities discrediting English as a proper subject. are my subjects alright and if I should take another subject what should it be.
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    (Original post by Safina_i)
    I am an A-levels first year student. I have taken psychology, sociology and English language as my subjects. I am now questioning whether I made the right decision because everyone I talk to seems to have a different opinion, also I'm worried about universities discrediting English as a proper subject. are my subjects alright and if I should take another subject what should it be.
    There are no set A levels for Law, although different unis have different entrance requirements and a few of the elite ones have preferred subjects. The range tends to be quite wide, but you cannot go wrong with facilitating subjects (google it) English is a facilitating subject. English is your strongest subject. Literature over Language, but still language is fine.

    The others are fine but you should always check entrance requirements fr the uni you are interested in. Other useful ones are History, Geography, Politics imo for IR. The first two are facilitating.
 
 
 
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