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    Is history, politics and either economics/chemistry good for law?
    What shall I do chemistry or economics!? Have to decide asap
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    What are your predicted GCSE grades for chemistry and economics, and which do you enjoy more?
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    would say economics is better for law and will help you in History when you do economical history!
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    (Original post by MiriamButcher)
    What are your predicted GCSE grades for chemistry and economics, and which do you enjoy more?
    A* chem and don't do economics as only available as a level at my school
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    (Original post by Meg.e.y)
    would say economics is better for law and will help you in History when you do economical history!
    Thanks!
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    tbh i ws in a bit of a similar sutuation with it bein either economics or chemustry and tbh i chose economics and its really interesting and fun to learn about as well if ur doing law economics is the way to go.
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    I can't comment on economics but Chemistry is a very hard A Level. I got an A* at GCSE and boi it's very different to GCSE chemistry. It's enjoyable and it helps if you like maths (which I don't) but it is complex so only take it if you really love it. From my limited knowledge of economics it does sound like it may fit a bit better with your other choices than chemistry but don't just choose it just because of that!
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    Sure I don’t think you need any specific a levels to be able to study law
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