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    Are these a-levels good and well suited to law:

    Maths
    Chemistry
    Physics
    French
    History

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    (Original post by jamierwilliams)
    Are these a-levels good and well suited to law:

    Maths
    Chemistry
    Physics
    French
    History

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    So you want to do a law degree like you wanted to in the first place? Not history or history with languages?

    I'd add English Literature/English Language in there. But otherwise yes.
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    i apologise to everyone for my such flippant nature (changing courses i want to go on)! NatSci seems a wicked course doesn't it!?
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    (Original post by jamierwilliams)
    i apologise to everyone for my such flippant nature (changing courses i want to go on)! NatSci seems a wicked course doesn't it!?
    Lol so you want to do Natsci now? Or law. I'm confused!
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    Well if you do want to do law, they are all "respected" academic A Levels so that's good. Law is essay based, and those are mainly sciency/maths, but I don't think that should matter too much. At least if you do them you would still be suited to Natsci if you change your mind!
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    (Original post by jamierwilliams)
    Are these a-levels good and well suited to law:

    Maths
    Chemistry
    Physics
    French
    History

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    yes
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    Of course they would be good.. but sure you are are doing the ones you enjoy and will excel at.

    Example:

    AAA in Physics, Chemistry and Maths is better than
    AAC in Physics, Chemistry and English Lit
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    If I study maths, chemistry and accounting...., what will I do in the future??? Anyone helps me....!!!!???
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    (Original post by hongthu)
    If I study maths, chemistry and accounting...., what will I do in the future??? Anyone helps me....!!!!???
    Er an accountant!!??
 
 
 
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