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I’ve recently decided that I’d like to go to law school when I’m older, what would be the best a levels to take? I’m currently lined up for history economics and maths but it is easy for me to change. I’ve looked online and can’t seem to find any direct answers... thanks (I’m currently in Y11)
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I’ve recently decided that I’d like to go to law school when I’m older, what would be the best a levels to take? I’m currently lined up for history economics and maths but it is easy for me to change. I’ve looked online and can’t seem to find any direct answers... thanks (I’m currently in Y11)
Those are absolutely fine. Grades get you into better unis , so its fine to do the subjects you are good at and enjoy. The higher the uni, then they can start to have preferred A levels, whcih they like you to have at least two of v one non preferred. Get in the best uni you can. All yours would be in the preferred category.

https://university.which.co.uk/advic...d-to-study-law
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I’ve recently decided that I’d like to go to law school when I’m older, what would be the best a levels to take? I’m currently lined up for history economics and maths but it is easy for me to change. I’ve looked online and can’t seem to find any direct answers... thanks (I’m currently in Y11)
Those are great subjects to study Law at university.

Are those the subjects that you enjoy the most and want to do? Or, are there any other subjects?
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Those are absolutely fine. Grades get you into better unis , so its fine to do the subjects you are good at and enjoy. The higher the uni, then they can start to have preferred A levels, whcih they like you to have at least two of v one non preferred. Get in the best uni you can. All yours would be in the preferred category.

https://university.which.co.uk/advic...d-to-study-law
Ah thanks that’s v helpful )
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Those are great subjects to study Law at university.

Are those the subjects that you enjoy the most and want to do? Or, are there any other subjects?
Yeah they’re my favourite subjects and the ones I achieve the highest grades in, I wouldn’t mind picking English literature or politics
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In that case, you should stick with your chosen subjects because universities would definitely like them.
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Yeah they’re my favourite subjects and the ones I achieve the highest grades in, I wouldn’t mind picking English literature or politics
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In that case, you should stick with your chosen subjects because universities would definitely like them.
Thanks for the help
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That's a great mix of subjects
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That's a great mix of subjects
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