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    yeah it would, because if other people didn't correct you and this guy ended up doing A-level Law then not being able to get into a UNI, he would be screwed, because of some stupid know-it-all on TSR..
    Other people have corrected me. Thankfully they aren't morons. That's a glaring 'slippery slope' argument by the way. Sorry, I can't help it, Im a "know it all".
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    Have u looked into doing a science/social science subject? As i believe most good unis would rather have someone who is more rounded. e.g studying a analyical subject, a logical subject and a science. (Law is classed as a social science)

    Ive applied to warwick this year for management and they say that they would more likely take someone on if they had this mixture of studied subject, and not subject that all relate to each other.

    You should have a look on the website of a uni which you think you could apply for in the next few years, get ideas from them.

    Just some ideas, please dont bit my head off if you think im wrong!
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    Have u looked into doing a science/social science subject? As i believe most good unis would rather have someone who is more rounded. e.g studying a analyical subject, a logical subject and a science. (Law is classed as a social science)

    Ive applied to warwick this year for management and they say that they would more likely take someone on if they had this mixture of studied subject, and not subject that all relate to each other.

    You should have a look on the website of a uni which you think you could apply for in the next few years, get ideas from them.

    Just some ideas, please dont bit my head off if you think im wrong!
    It depends on the subject to be honest, in most cases being more rounded will put you at a disadvantage...I know it did for me :p: The OP's A levels seem to be quite well rounded or at least standard for a Law student I recon :yep: Maths, English, History and French seems quite balanced

    Anyone have any experiences about being more or less rounded and Law? Cos I'm not really sure on this point...
 
 
 

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