Usually the best combination would be obviously law, and very surprisingly math. Most prestigious universities require math as an entry requirement. But besides that, psychology, economics and literature will really expand your general knowledge and critical thinking skills which is really important towards presenting an argument. Hope this helped!

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There are no essential subjects that you need to take during GCSE or A levels, however it is always recommended to take essay writing subjects, like English literature or other humanities subjects, so you are well equipped with good literary skills.

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None in particular are required, however essay-based subjects will definitely give you an advantage when you start your undergraduate degree (for example English Language, English Literature, History). Some universities also require minimum grades for GCSE English and Maths. The key is to work on discipline and reading around topics, as this is pivotal in a law degree. Additionally, 'commercial aw... more

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Any a levels that are traditional and that requires the skills you need to be a lawyer such as the stem subjects history economics and english lit or lang

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In general there are no essential subjects that you must take at A-level (or equivalent) to become a lawyer.

However, to demonstrate that you have the skills, you may want to choose subjects that involve research, analysis and communication - such as history, geography, modern languages, sciences or maths - as these can give you an edge. Be aware that many universities do not accept general studi... more

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