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    I am hoping to study law at university as I would like to do something in this field of work, however I am unsure if the a level options I want to choose would be okay for this or if I would need to take something else. The options I picked are English literature, chemistry, biology and psychology?
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    They are perfectly fine. English Literature is a popular choice for many students who wish to study Law at university. There are no set A Levels which are compulsory to take. There are however, highly desirable subjects that are often essay based - English Literature and History are frequent choices for Law hopefuls.
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    (Original post by shan_x)
    I am hoping to study law at university as I would like to do something in this field of work, however I am unsure if the a level options I want to choose would be okay for this or if I would need to take something else. The options I picked are English literature, chemistry, biology and psychology?
    If those are the subjects you would be happiest doing then go for it! They are perfectly fine.
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    Don't do psychology.. something like history or maths or a foreign language would be better.
 
 
 
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