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I picked History, Sociology, Business Studies and Politics as my a levels. Would this combination good for studying law or I even plan to do Journalism, so are these subjects a good combination keeping a choice of law or Journalism in mind ??
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Yes, just note that Journalism I would recommend you pursue as a hobby, then only when it seems possible to monetize you should go for full time. It's not easy to find a job in journalism, everyone wants one. Also, journalism is just the job, what you specialise in beyond that will determine the kind of journalist you are- you could do Law, Politics, or whatever takes your fancy!

Do the world a favour and don't contribute to the useless Listicle rut we seem to be in right now :argh:
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Thank u for your reply and I wanted to ask that is doing history, sociology, politics, and economics together is good and manageable because I don't want to burden myself with difficult subjects. So is this a good set or else please suggest
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Thank u for your reply and I wanted to ask that is doing history, sociology, politics, and economics together is good and manageable because I don't want to burden myself with difficult subjects. So is this a good set or else please suggest
Earlier you said Business Management. Not sure which one you chose, but IMO Economics is harder than Business.
If I was you I would only do 3 A-Levels, as universities only take 3 into account anyways. History and Politics are the harder ones, Business isn't so bad, neither is Sociology from what I have heard.

Source: I did Econ, Business, Law and Politics A-Levels
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Earlier you said Business Management. Not sure which one you chose, but IMO Economics is harder than Business.
If I was you I would only do 3 A-Levels, as universities only take 3 into account anyways. History and Politics are the harder ones, Business isn't so bad, neither is Sociology from what I have heard.

Source: I did Econ, Business, Law and Politics A-Levels
Is law a level difficult .
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Is law a level difficult .
Sorry, should clarify! I did A-Level Business, Politics, Economics and Level 3 Law (BTEC). Included modules like Negligence, Gross Negligence, Assault / Battery/ GBH, Property Offences (theft, burglary, robbery, criminal damage), Police powers / PACE and second year was mostly Consumer Rights act 2015 based.

Law was not hard though in my opinion, lot's to memorise but that's it. I ended up with a Distinction :yy:
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