Which a level should I do for lawWatch
And I’m unsure for my third a level any ideas as some said history and English but I don’t study history in gcse at the moment and get grades around 3-4 but haven’t got a proper grade on English yet. However my target grade is a 6 which is a B so I’m ailing everything for 6-7 and above and think I will achieve it as I recieve tutoring as well.
Most universities will require five GCSEs at grade 9-4 (or A-C under the old grading system), though you’ll probably need to satisfy these anyway to progress on to A-levels (or equivalent) regardless of what subject/s you plan to study.
and for A levels...
What A-level subjects are needed or essential for law?
None, generally speaking!
While law is a subject available at A-level, you may be pleasantly surprised to hear that you don’t have to have taken it in order to progress onto a law degree later – this is normally open to you with any A-levels.
source : [https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/advice...erequirements]
there u go
Edit: But at the end of the day do what you enjoy as unless you want to do either a physics or maths degree it (kind of) doesn't matter.
I’m good at it I do the higher papers as I’m in a good set in class and understand most of it but haven’t received a grade for my last test but I did very good in it but before that I had gotten a 3+ but it was a higher paper and I had gained marks but the teacher had not added it on for some reason
I think psychology is interesting and my maths is average I’m good at maths in my opinion but I just wasn’t sure if psychology and sociology together would be very hard and I would have never studied any of them subjects like politics so would know how they are and if it will be hard.