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    What are universities looking for? Do they lean more to humanities/language or sciences/maths? Can you be accepted tp study law/barrister if u only study maths, history and 2 sciences? what are the differences between the universities in the UK and US?
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    Whether they favour arts or sciences depends on what course you're applying for. As for Law, I think there aren't any specific requirements, but it's probably good to have a subject where you do essays.
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    Uni In England Is Better. And U Dont Actually Study Law In The Usa In Ur Freshman Yr U Take Lots Of Diff Classes And Then Major In A Subject Of Ur Choice Later. But We're Supposedly Clever Than Peeps In The Usa. So We Can Get Easier Scholarships But U Still Have To Do The S.a.ts
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    The main differences are, Uni's in the UK are the best in the world, and US Uni's charge the earth (literally) for a 4 year course, which is only worth something if it's Ivy League, or another top place.
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    (Original post by jammyd)
    The main differences are, Uni's in the UK are the best in the world, and US Uni's charge the earth (literally) for a 4 year course, which is only worth something if it's Ivy League, or another top place.
    I don't mind if they charge cuz I have to pay either way...how about life? Is life in the Uk or in the US easier? This should be from a foreigner's point of view, not a local's...
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