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So far, I've selected English Literature, Sociology, and Religious Studies. I wish to study Law at university when the time comes.

However, after quite a bit of research I've come to the conclusion that grades are considered more important than A-Level subjects by universities. To provide some context, my Spanish teacher believes a lot in me and thinks I will get by with at least a 7 or an 8 in my GCSE Spanish results. My geography teacher thinks I'll be okay but my worry is that I revise Spanish more often than I revise geography and that a better geography grade might be easier to attain than a high geography grade.

From those who took Spanish AND geography at A-Level, which one did you find easier in general and which one, if you have experience, would be better for Law?

ASAP answers would be much appreciated, thank you.
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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I'm doing Spanish at uni right now, and it's honestly so unpopular with students and employers the uni is cutting it! I think geography would be better but that's just an opinion
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