Please help! subject choicesWatch
My first question is: would a university prefer psychology or philosophy for a law degree?
At higher level, which of these is harder and which is more interesting?
I didn't take history at GCSE but my school have said that I can take it at IB HL if I want and I know that this is a subject that is good for law. I have spoken to a history teacher and she thinks I could probably get high grades at it.
But is it even worth it, should I do philosophy instead where I probably have a better chance at getting a 6/7? Am I less likely to get accepted for law if I don't have history?
say I did this:
HL English Lit
SL spanish ab initio
Would I still be likely to get into law?
Sorry there are a lot of questions but I would be grateful for any advice.