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Which combo is better for a law degree? History, Business and Psychology or History, Psychology and Law. I want to study law at uni and aiming to apply to some russell groups
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Apparently some law universities don't want people who have done it for A Level because they want their students to be fresh minded x
Original post by daisylloy
Which combo is better for a law degree? History, Business and Psychology or History, Psychology and Law. I want to study law at uni and aiming to apply to some russell groups

Neither is inherently better. One thing to note is that you won't be at a disadvantage if you don't do A level law, because many schools don't offer it, so if you'd rather do business instead of law for A level, go for it. You'll be well prepared for law anyway since you're doing essay-based subjects :smile:
Original post by daisylloy
Which combo is better for a law degree? History, Business and Psychology or History, Psychology and Law. I want to study law at uni and aiming to apply to some russell groups

You don't have to do law. You just need one essay subject, like history. Choose whichever you prefer.
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Original post by daisylloy
Which combo is better for a law degree? History, Business and Psychology or History, Psychology and Law. I want to study law at uni and aiming to apply to some russell groups

It doesn't matter. You have three good essay based subjects as your options. Pick whichever you're more interested in.

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