I have a B in maths and im doing the foundation English language which I should get a C in but with my coursework it should move up to a B is this okay
what gcse grades do i need to study law watch
- Thread Starter
- 19-04-2013 01:10
- 19-04-2013 17:00
It depends on what grades your school/college will allow.
For example, at my school you need 5 A* - C grades with at least a 'C' in maths and a 'B' in English.
However, I have known some schools (mine included) take students without a 'B', but the students were really willing to work.
If you're going to do it at your school as an A Level, but you're worried that you're not going to have the right grades, speak to the Law Teacher (or Head of Law if there is more than one teacher) and explain your situation and that you want to take it, even if you don't meet the requirements -they should be understanding, especially since you have expressed an early interest in their subject.
If you don't know what grades are needed for your school look at the prospectus or speak to one of the teachers of law.
Hope this is helpful!Last edited by Oddities; 19-04-2013 at 17:01.
- 19-04-2013 18:44
I'd recommend asking a teacher at your sixth form/school or looking on their website at a prospectus, that will usually tell you
I know at my sixth form I needed 5 A*-C including English and maths to get in, and a B in English to do law but it all differs ^_^