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I am a junior in high school right now with a 4.2 GPA. I want to become a lawyer eventually and I'm not sure what to major in. I'd say my strong areas are math and science, but I love to have discussions about history, religion, even books. I understand that I would want to major in something that can give me good grades. I've been looking into some programs and have found a Pre-Law emphasis in Philosophy major at Santa Clara University. Should I look into the philosophy, political science and english majors, or the math and science majors? What would I most benefit from? What would be the easiest to receive good grades in?