Do these a levels sound ok to do law

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1. English literature, history and sociology
2. English literature, history and psychology
3. English literature, history and government and politics
Which option sounds the best for law
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Any of 'em.
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I'd say 3 because the gov and politics will teach you about the legislative process etc. but all of them are really good.
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I’d say 3, history and politics overlap A LOT and it’s seen as a good combination, not a bad one even though it’s like doing business and economics. The skills are all very transferable. Psychology requires many more skills such as data handling, I think sociology would too, and they’re not recognised for this. People won’t see “oh A-level psychology? He/she must be good at data handling”

Government and politics will also give you a good basic understanding of the legal system and give a good look into notable UK and US cases, you’ll have a good understanding of the UK constitution and your future law studies will be thankful.
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People saying 3. The type of basic legal info contained in Govt & Pol is so basic it could be learnt from a 3-second Google. To think it provides a meaningful benefit compared to the rest is just not true.
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The best option is the one you're most likely to get A*AA in, or pretty near.
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