Which of these a-levels shouldn’t I do?

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minnierocks
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So I’m stuck between five a levels and I really don’t know what to narrow it down to, here are my choices:
- English literature
- French
-Law
-Government & politics
- History

I’m thinking of doing law at uni but which of these a levels are the worst/ should I not choose?
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the one you like the least?
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(Original post by heccyeah)
the one you like the least?
The problem is I like them all 😅 and I’m extremely indecisive,
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There really is no 'worst' A level choice, each has their own benefits. Choose the 3 subjects you enjoy the most and you'll be fine. But just keep in mind that some university choices require certain subjects (:
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(Original post by minnierocks)
The problem is I like them all 😅 and I’m extremely indecisive,
If you like them all equally then it doesn't matter which one (or even better two) you get rid of
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A-level law isn't going to be that useful for doing it at uni, they don't assume existing subject knowledge for it.
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Do the ones your best at and can stomach revising for. Id recommend history and that will probably lend itself nicely to government and politics.
If you want to be a lawyer there is no need taking law.
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If I was you I would pick English literature, French and History
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You dont need any specific subjects for Law, and none carry any advantage.
As above, you do not need A level Law.

What you do need is high grades - so pick three subjects you will enjoy and where you feel confident of A grades.
French has the advantage of potentially facilitating Study Abroad to France or Canada, Politics is a sensible social science with links to Law, History and English are solid essay-based subjects. Only you can choose the ones you will enjoy the most.
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