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I want to do either Law or Biochemistry at uni.
for a level what 4 should i do from politics, chemistry, biology, economics, history, and latin?
and for IB, the same subjects (removing politics, adding maths and english lit+lang) but should i do economics and history, history and biology, or biology and economics!?
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I don’t know much about IB but in regards to the A levels my advice would be to do Chem, Bio, and whatever two you want in addition as you don’t really need anything specific for Law. I want to do Law in the future and am doing Economics and Politics for A level and I’m thoroughly enjoying both. Hope this helps!
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(Original post by athena5967)
I want to do either Law or Biochemistry at uni.
for a level what 4 should i do from politics, chemistry, biology, economics, history, and latin?
and for IB, the same subjects (removing politics, adding maths and english lit+lang) but should i do economics and history, history and biology, or biology and economics!?
I think for a-levels chemistry biology (for biochem) and history! I've heard history is good preparation for law. Then any 4th if you want to do one.
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