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What GCSE'S do 8 need to take to become a lawyer?

Hi Harry, I would recommend in addition to English, Maths and Sciences that you take History, possibly Economics (for commercial awareness) and one of the languages. In essence you want to get good practice with essay based subjects. When you come to chose your A-levels that's when your choices are even more critical. Subjects like:English Literature, History, Politics, Religious Studies/Philosophy, Law, Geography (potentially), will all put you in good stead. Good luck!

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