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what should i take in 11 and 12 so that i can study law in future

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Mark’s Answer

Hi Sahithi!

Everything you're taught in school all the way through high school is useful in some way in every profession because it give us foundation! For 11th and 12th grade, sociology, political science, psychology and history are great! Science and math classes help sharpen analytical thinking and coursework that helps train you to read large amounts of information is vital. Stick with honors or advanced placement courses and read as much as possible to prepare for the difficulty of law school.

Hope this helps!!
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Kimberly’s Answer

Hi Sahithi,

Mark has given a really great answer to your question. To add to their suggestions, studying in subjects related to the area of law you are hoping to work one day will be helpful as well. If you’re looking to work in criminal law, look in to criminal justice courses. If you’re looking to work in family law, psychology especially child psychology can be helpful.

Good luck with your future studies!

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Jonathan’s Answer

Popular majors for lawyers are English and Political Science. I was an economics major I think it gave me an edge. So much of the law is tied to economic theory and policy. Economic analysis very broad, unique and adaptable. It doesn’t matter just get the best grades you can so you can get into the best law school possible.
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