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Tittlez
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I do Business, English Language and Politics, did AS drama too,
I am achieving A's to C's, (more A's than C's) But I am unsure what course to take at university. I originally wanted to Study Law at University, but i feel that my grades are not competitive enough to study this.


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Tittlez
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Seriously no ideas?
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Your options are quite open. have you had any thoughts about what unis you might apply to, and what kind of course you might want to do? giving a bit more info would be helpful.
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(Original post by Tittlez)
I do Business, English Language and Politics, did AS drama too,
I am achieving A's to C's, (more A's than C's) But I am unsure what course to take at university. I originally wanted to Study Law at University, but i feel that my grades are not competitive enough to study this.


Any Advice?

Thanks
Law is pretty competitive, and I'm assuming you would like to go for atleast top 20. I actually advise doing another course based on an a level you like and do well in. For example, if you are good at english lit, do that at uni, do as well as you can at uni and convert to law, get a gld/cpe.

I am actually going to convert to law too, everyone has told me to do so mainly because law is boring and its beneficial to already be a specialist at a subject, preferably an essay based one as it develops skills useful for law.

Hope that helps.
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Check the entry requirements for the universities in which you are interested. There is usually the opportunity to visit the Department at the University in question as well. Be sure to look at the course content closely. I agree with the last post. Also, at one of the Universities to which I have applied, it is possible to study English Literature with Law and they allow graduates from other disciplines to enter with Senior Status. This means that you can complete the course in less time. If you need any more advice, do post again.
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How about Politics or sth like "European Studies" or International Relations?

What grades do you think you will get?
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Tittlez
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Sorry for late as reply!

I reckon my grades will be ABB, but if i do really well AAB, thinking about doing politics more and more, because its an essay type subject, and in the same area as law. Getting quite worried about what course to do now need to get my UCAS off soon
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Im going to do Politics and Criminology. many thanks
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