What A-Level Combination Do I Apply For?Watch
I want to go on to study law at a Russel Group uni - but apparently a-level law isn’t very well regarded so I’ve basically dropped the idea of that. The subjects I’m considering are English Literature, Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
As for economics - I bloody hate graphs and simply cannot get them right in GCSE science so do I have no hope at a-level? I’m relatively alright at maths, predicted an 8 I think.
Philosophy I’m interested in as I absolutely love philosophical conversations and ideas etc BUT if it’s similar to RS or filled with religious content then that’s a huge shame, I actually dropped GCSE RS two days ago because I hate it so much and find it so incredibly dull.
Politics I feel like would be great for law and just generally getting a good idea about how our country is run etc but is it not very well respected by unis? I don’t want to take a combo of subjects seen as an “easy way out” but also taking too many hard subjects will completely throw me probably.
I think English Literature I’m probably going to have to take - I don’t particularly like it at GCSE (the books are so boring, lord of the flies and a merchant of venice) but I need a facilitating subject I feel and also it’s reccommended to take either history or english lit and I don’t think I’d do well remembering content at history a-level as I can barely do it at gcse.
Any advice? Thanks
..... if its what you enjoy then I would say do it because its better to do an A Level which you love and would do well in than another one.I think the 4 you chose would do very well by any uni standard honestly. Just do what you enjoy really.