Any advice on this subject combination? + Thoughts on Sociology Watch

jazir.01
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After several long months of complete anxiety, several subject combination changes and a few months left until the start of college, my three A-level subjects are:

Government and Politics
History (Modern)
Sociology

Is this a safe subject combination that can take me to a good RG university like LSE or Warwick? Plus, if you learn or have learned Sociology, can you give me some tips on how to succeed in this subject?

I'm aiming to do a Politics/International Relations/Sociology/Law degree at uni.
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Tip for sociology: you’re going to be bombarded with names, so for each of them I’d recommend getting their book on the theory you’re studying e.g. Sue Palmer with Toxic Childhood. That way, you’ll have both their name, their theory, and the ins and outs of their theory glued into your head. That way it will stay in your head and you won’t have to cram names before exams without having a detailed understanding of their theory.
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