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Hi guys I think I want to take maths, computer science and psychology for sure. I want to pursue a degree in law but my backup options r a maths, psychology or computer science degree. I’m unsure wether to take biology, chemistry or religious studies as I know bio and chem r more respected but for law I know it is good to take an essay based subject. I’m not sure how essay based psychology is considered and I heard it might not be well respected hence why I though if religious studies is not as well respected I should take biology and chemistry instead. I got a 9 in religious studies and an 8 in both chem and bio for GCSE.
I would appreciate some advice with which option I should go for.
OPTION A: computer science, maths, psychology, chemistry
OPTION B: computer science, maths, psychology, biology
OPTION C: computer science, maths, psychology, religious studies
Is computer science well respected?
Is religious studies well respected?
I know psychology may not be relevant but I find it interesting and have always wanted to take it
Ps I want to study at Cambridge (for law)
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You only need 3
Psychology would be fine as an essay subject
RS would also be fine.

Definitely stick with the Maths - at least some Cambridge colleges actively like Maths for Law.
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