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I’m picking my GCSE options soon and I want to be a lawyer when I’m older . Compulsory subjects are: Maths, English language, English literature, Religion Studies and combined science. I’m thinking about picking History, French and Sociology or Drama .
I really enjoy drama and I’ve been in several drama clubs . I’ve heard sociology is good if you want to go into Law. Since I’m already going to pick two facilitating subjects , should I pick Drama ? Or should I pick sociology?
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I reckon you should do drama. You should always do what you enjoy most! Plus you might not end up liking sociology because there is a lot of written exams for this. If you are doing two english's and a history, then that is enough writing for a weeks worth! Trust me, all that writing will wear you off! Do drama, and it will be a lesson to get thing off your chest and express yourself. Also, if you enjpy it, then there will obviously be a high chance of doing amazing in this subject
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(Original post by Bekah_m)
I’m picking my GCSE options soon and I want to be a lawyer when I’m older . Compulsory subjects are: Maths, English language, English literature, Religion Studies and combined science. I’m thinking about picking History, French and Sociology or Drama .
I really enjoy drama and I’ve been in several drama clubs . I’ve heard sociology is good if you want to go into Law. Since I’m already going to pick two facilitating subjects , should I pick Drama ? Or should I pick sociology?
I absolutely love sociology gcse however I’m the last year to do the old spec so I’m not sure about the new one, however it’s only a levels that really matter so just do what you enjoy
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