I understand that to do Law, the grades that you must obtain are not subject specific. I.E - I could get AAA in any 3 subjects.
However, are there some subjects that are more likely to benefit your application to Uni?
My college interview is on Tuesday, and I've still not managed to narrow it down to 4 AS levels that I want to take.
I find English REALLY boring like it's mind numbing lol, but I've seen around that Uni's like to see English A levels, unless I've misread somewhere. But out of those, do you think there are any mixture I could do that would be of an advantage?
' If I was you I'd take Chemisty, English Language, History &' Psychology.
Remember you can always drop one in your A2 year. Most Uni's for Law like to see academic subjects more, therefore if you drop Psychology in A2 you have a 'Strong' academic set of A-Levels.
However, I'm starting Law at Uni in Sept and I have 4 A-Levels that I did last year which was English Language, Law, Psychology &' ICT with a good set of grades and I've got into every Uni I've applied for, which most people say Psychology & ICT are seen as 'soft'.