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has anyone done and of the subjects for their a levels? If yes, which one would be harder and which one would open more doors?

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I really want to do medicine for uni but at the same time i love the idea of learning law, but apparently psychology is also vry interesting...
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I do law, psychology and biology. I love psychology it is so interesting and I find it the easiest to revise. I also find law really interesting (and I’m taking this at uni) although I would say it is harder as the essay technique is a bit harder to grasp.
They both have their pros and cons depending on what you are good at. Psychology has a whole double section on research methods which include maths and stats, whereas law has 25 mark essay questions.
I would say both would open doors, but if your applying for medicine I would say psychology because it is often considered a science.
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(Original post by elisetash26)
I do law, psychology and biology. I love psychology it is so interesting and I find it the easiest to revise. I also find law really interesting (and I’m taking this at uni) although I would say it is harder as the essay technique is a bit harder to grasp.
They both have their pros and cons depending on what you are good at. Psychology has a whole double section on research methods which include maths and stats, whereas law has 25 mark essay questions.
I would say both would open doors, but if your applying for medicine I would say psychology because it is often considered a science.
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