IB subjects for LAW?Watch
They're absolutely fine! There are no subject requirements but essay based subjects at higher level are recommended and you've got two essay based higher levels (English/Danish) plus an essay based standard level (history), so don't worry!
HL: English A, German B, Math
SL: French ab initio, Biology, History
I got accepted to study IB with
HL - Bio, Chem, Psych,
SL - Eng, Math, Italian ab
Are these terrible decisions if I decide to study law ?
for applying to law?
Which of the two do you think would help me more in my field of law?
I hear ESS is easier, but is it enough?
and did these subjects make it easy for you to get into the university?
thanks for helping!!
I have applied for Law and gotten a few offers from the UK and Hong Kong for this years intake. I don't think there is a preferred combination of subjects just a combination that would show a positive overall academic performance. My subjects were:
SL: Psychology, Math, Spanish;
HL: English A1, Economics and Biology
If you have any questions PM me or quote this message.
My higher leverls are: English, Business and Film
My standard levels are: maths stud, arabic and Biology
and i got offers for uni's this year now i just have to get the grades :0
I applied for law and i did:
HL History, English, Economics
SL Math, Physics, Thai
history is good because as someone said before it shows you can write essays and argue points well and defend your points of view. it also shows good analytical skills. my personal statement was pretty much based on my highers.
its also good if you can pick other analytical subjects or logic based ones . yeh
HL History, English A: Lit, Econ
SL Math, Bio, Chinese A: Lit