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    So I’m thinking of doing Politics, French and Maths. Is this a good combination and where could it take me? Also, what other subjects would you suggest as I have no clue what I want to do?
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    (Original post by Tamzincovell01)
    So I’m thinking of doing Politics, French and Maths. Is this a good combination and where could it take me? Also, what other subjects would you suggest as I have no clue what I want to do?
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    So I’m thinking of doing Politics, French and Maths. Is this a good combination and where could it take me? Also, what other subjects would you suggest as I have no clue what I want to do?
    This is a really good combination. You could do a languages, classics, politics or law degree. You can also do PPE with those options
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    Grades matter., so if you can get great grades with those then you will get into a good uni.

    Maths is a great one to have, but its also good to have a look at possible curses you might be interested in and then make sure you meet the requirements by taking the right subjects.
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    Thank you, those links were really helpful!
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    (Original post by hannah429)
    This is a really good combination. You could do a languages, classics, politics or law degree. You can also do PPE with those options
    I have thought about law before but I’m not too sure if I’d actually enjoy a career in it but then I’m not sure what careers I could get from any other of the degree options
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    Grades matter., so if you can get great grades with those then you will get into a good uni.

    Maths is a great one to have, but its also good to have a look at possible curses you might be interested in and then make sure you meet the requirements by taking the right subjects.
    Thank you, I’ll definitely look into it!
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