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    I'm picking my GCSE options on Wednesday and I need some advice. I want to be a lawyer when I'm older. I'm going to pick History , French and for my last option either R.E, Sociology or Drama.

    Drama- I've loved drama from a young age and I've been in many drama performances. I'm going to pick 2 facilitating subjects so this could be my fun subject.

    Sociology & R.E- It seems really interested and it can help me with the career i want when I'm older.

    I'm leaning towards R.E and drama, but what one should I pick?
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    I think choose RE. I took it at gcse and am now taking it at Alevel and didn’t find it too hard so as long as your teachers are good you should be fine.
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    (Original post by Bekah_m)
    I'm picking my GCSE options on Wednesday and I need some advice. I want to be a lawyer when I'm older. I'm going to pick History , French and for my last option either R.E, Sociology or Drama.

    Drama- I've loved drama from a young age and I've been in many drama performances. I'm going to pick 2 facilitating subjects so this could be my fun subject.

    Sociology & R.E- It seems really interested and it can help me with the career i want when I'm older.

    I'm leaning towards R.E and drama, but what one should I pick?
    I was going through the exact same thing a couple of weeks ago and I talked to a lot of my teachers which really helped. I think that no matter where in your timetable, you should have at least one subject which you love. If that's a compulsory subject, brilliant. If it'd not, then make sure it is in your options. As a drama enthusiast, I would encourage you to take drama. Around 40% of your GCSE is completed by the end of year 10 and that's all through what you do in class. Your final exam in May 2020 is only worth 40% of your final grade. Drama also teaches you valuable skills, many of which you would need to become a lawyer; public speaking, thinking on the spot etc. Good luck with whatever you choose, and enjoy it!
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