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    im not sure which A levels to pick
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    If you want to study law in university, they normally look for essay based subjects but that doesn't mean if you choose science subjects you will be completely disregarded.
    I chose Economics, Politics History and (regretfully) Sociology.
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    One of my cousins studied law at uni.

    For a-levels they did; French, english lit, history and I'm not sure about their 4th AS, it might have been maths or a science.
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    (Original post by TheWalkingOreo)
    If you want to study law in university, they normally look for essay based subjects but that doesn't mean if you choose science subjects you will be completely disregarded.
    I chose Economics, Politics History and (regretfully) Sociology.
    why was sociology a regret
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    (Original post by annalola)
    why was sociology a regret
    I personally think it's a "lesser" subject in comparison to my other subject. Also, it is more about common sense than actual learning :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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