You're forgetting that Humanities and Languages are also largely considered strong A levels.
(Original post by isp)
It isn't all about Science.
(And I'm a person that does Maths / Science so I'm not just being biased)
Last edited by rachaelizabeth; 29-06-2012 at 11:34.
Not true, only 2 express that they don't want A Level Law and these are Manchester and LSE. (
(Original post by hassi94)
would prefer law applicants to not have studied law A-level. Otherwise just go for some hard essay subjects (English lit is a very common good one, and so is History) and you can throw a wildcard in there if you're good at the subject e.g. Maths is very good to have. I would say if you're aiming for anything BBB or above in your A-levels, those universities will definitely prefer to see 4 AS Levels so I would say it is neccesary, yes.
Personally I reckon History essay writing has helped me the most doing Law, though Lit is good for helping you to write well as you simply read more.
Last edited by roh; 29-06-2012 at 11:39.