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    Im soon going off to college but i am think im choosing the wrong A-levels.
    Can anyone recommend what is should do for a Law degree.
    Dont make the post to hard to read, keep it simple



    And yes i am choosing it for the money.
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    Maths mock tomorrow, any tips ?


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    I don't know what to do, I'm just going to go through past papers - I hope that will help!


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    (Original post by germanshepherd_)
    Aww, thank you for your advise. I really appreciate it, and you know, I don't think I will drop it. You are right, I worked hard in it and I have already done 2 CAs. So yh. But German is an issue, because my school actually doesn't do it; literally, I was the only one in my year to do it. Plus my school is being horrible, and they said that they do not want me to retake my German GCSE. This is a problem because I then need to apply to be an external student, and I have to find schools that are willing to accept my German retake. So... any suggestions or what??//
    I'm sure a neighbouring school which does German would let you sit your exam there..you might need to pay though! I'm not sure. Ask around


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    I just got my GCSE timetable, I have 29 exams :confused:
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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    It's an engineering scholarship. The applications opened some time ago.
    No I'm not, but good luck with your application


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    No I'm not, but good luck with your application


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    Thanks , I am nervous though since it's quite competitive from what my teacher said.
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    (Original post by shoriffmiah)
    Im soon going off to college but i am think im choosing the wrong A-levels.
    Can anyone recommend what is should do for a Law degree.
    Dont make the post to hard to read, keep it simple



    And yes i am choosing it for the money.
    Any traditional subjects, with probably at least one essay subject.

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    (Original post by shoriffmiah)
    Im soon going off to college but i am think im choosing the wrong A-levels.
    Can anyone recommend what is should do for a Law degree.
    Dont make the post to hard to read, keep it simple



    And yes i am choosing it for the money.
    Any facilitating subjects. History and English Lit will both be beneficial though.
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    (Original post by shoriffmiah)
    Im soon going off to college but i am think im choosing the wrong A-levels.
    Can anyone recommend what is should do for a Law degree.
    Dont make the post to hard to read, keep it simple



    And yes i am choosing it for the money.
    I want to do Law too. I'm doing Religious Philosophy, English Literature, Spanish and Politics.

    I'd recommend definitely one from English Literature and History- both if you want! Though they're similar fields and if you want to do one to show off more versatility go for it!

    Avoid doing more than one 'soft' subject, or doing any blacklisted. So don't do Dance, Health and Social Care, Media studies or Film studies.

    Avoid doing Law A Level.

    Languages are always useful.

    Throw in maths or a science if you want, to show logical thinking. Any one of the four would be good.

    Good luck!


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    (Original post by kiera28)
    I want to do Law too. I'm doing Religious Philosophy, English Literature, Spanish and Politics.

    I'd recommend definitely one from English Literature and History- both if you want! Though they're similar fields and if you want to do one to show off more versatility go for it!

    Avoid doing more than one 'soft' subject, or doing any blacklisted. So don't do Dance, Health and Social Care, Media studies or Film studies.

    Avoid doing Law A Level.

    Languages are always useful.

    Throw in maths or a science if you want, to show logical thinking. Any one of the four would be good.

    Good luck!


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    Thank you so much, you clearly know what your doing.
    i will take your post into consideration and hopefully choose the right A-levels
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    Who's revising this holiday then? :p:S
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    (Original post by Violetvirtue)
    Who's revising this holiday then? :p:S
    Me, but only on the last week. What about you?
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    (Original post by Violetvirtue)
    Who's revising this holiday then? :p:S
    My mocks are over so I won't be revising but I have to do some English Language coursework over the holidays
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    Got two more of my results back

    A in ICT
    B in RE

    That means I have 6A*s 2As and a B with both my English results coming after Christmas

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    i finished my mocks yesterday im happy with myself because i dont really think it could have gone better now i have to revise for matha igcse in jan...great!

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    (Original post by TH3-FL45H)
    Got two more of my results back

    A in ICT
    B in RE

    That means I have 6A*s 2As and a B with both my English results coming after Christmas

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    Congrats :ahee:

    Now get yourself some rest over Christmas lol
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    (Original post by Violetvirtue)
    Who's revising this holiday then? :p:S
    Me~ My parents are really disappointed in my grades, which is just downright annoying considering I had a really difficult week emotionally (emotional rollercoaster much lol), so I'm going on strike


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    (Original post by SampleX)
    Me~ My parents are really disappointed in my grades, which is just downright annoying considering I had a really difficult week emotionally (emotional rollercoaster much lol), so I'm going on strike


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    I'm sure your grades weren't that bad! Annoying parents! haha


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    (Original post by kiera28)
    I'm sure your grades weren't that bad! Annoying parents! haha


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    They weren't xD


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