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I want to go to do a bachelors in law at a top university (Russel group) I’m doing my gcse’s this year but I don’t know what subjects to pick. I can’t narrow down between :law, history, biology, maths, English language, chemistry. I will only do a level maths if I achieve an 8 I’m currently achieving a 7 but I believe an 8 is very possible. I am good at English Lang but I don’t really enjoy doing it. I need help what subjects would be the best combination to pick to go to a top university. Pls help me.
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I would do law, history and maths. Although some unis don’t like you to have a law a level-you should look on their website to see if this is the case. Do the ones you enjoy most. If you don’t do law a level I would choose English literature over language, this is valued higher by most universities . Don’t do English language if you don’t enjoy it. Simples!
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(Original post by CG1399)
I want to go to do a bachelors in law at a top university (Russel group) I’m doing my gcse’s this year but I don’t know what subjects to pick. I can’t narrow down between :law, history, biology, maths, English language, chemistry. I will only do a level maths if I achieve an 8 I’m currently achieving a 7 but I believe an 8 is very possible. I am good at English Lang but I don’t really enjoy doing it. I need help what subjects would be the best combination to pick to go to a top university. Pls help me.
With A-Levels you really have to enjoy the subjects that you take because the next two years will be the hardest two in your education :’)) I’m doing Law at a RG University in September and I take psychology, history and English language, my friend who will study at University of Birmingham does geography, psychology and English lit, another of my friends who’s studying law at LSE in September does psychology, business and English lit - my point being that it doesn’t matter what subjects you take really. The beauty of law is that there are no required subjects, it’s helpful to take essay based subjects because law is quite heavily essay based, but you won’t be at a disadvantage if you don’t take these. Your best bet would be to look into the courses and decide which three you like the most and take them
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