Psychology is a good one; as you learn to analyse behaviour and have a better understanding of human perception. As well as so, you write essays, which is key for Law, as you will be writing TONS of essays, if you wish to go to a law degree. :)
Answered Thu 27th December, 2012 @ 12:59 by Ridwana
The subjects universities mainly specify are history OR english language/literature. However this does not atall mean you are required to do both. I chose Law, English combined and History and History was the biggest mistake of my life, it may be better for you, but for me it was dreadfull and i have now dropped it before A2, so choose a subject you are going to enjoy and do well in rather than something that a university might find a bonus (they mainly look at ucas points so don't worry) getting a good grade in a subject that is irrelevant to law is better than failing a subject that is. I hope this makes sense to you. If you're really interested in law then i highly recomend taking law because its a good stepping stone towards law at UNI.
Hope this helps.
Answered Sun 14th April, 2013 @ 09:52 by Charlotte