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    im probably gonna sound dumb here
    but my law teacher said i should do a masters degree
    what is this?
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    You haven't even got a first degree yet if your sig is correct...
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    yeah it is correct.. does that stop me from having an AS LAW TEACHER?
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    BSc / BA = Baccaluareate (sp?) > 3 or 4 years
    MSc / MA = Masters, extra 1/2 years after your first degree. You can pick a new subject or specialise in your own. You can apply to a new uni. You can do it straight after your BA / BSc or later in life. It increases your chances for a top job but particularly in academic / research field like a uni professor.

    I think so anyway
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    Masters in Law (LLM) is the one year post-graduate you can do after your degree. You would probably need atleast a 2.1 in your degree to do the LLM at a top uni.
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    BSc / BA = Baccaluareate (sp?) > 3 or 4 years
    Bachelor of Science (BSc)
    Bachelor of Arts (BA) .

    the other info is correct
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    (Original post by miss_princess_stacey)
    yeah it is correct.. does that stop me from having an AS LAW TEACHER?
    No, I was just wondering why your teacher was telling you to do a masters when you're still at school.
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    im at college, and i guess coz im ambitous and i was asking questions about university and stuff. i like to think ahead and plan
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    (Original post by miss_princess_stacey)
    im at college, and i guess coz im ambitous and i was asking questions about university and stuff. i like to think ahead and plan
    Stacey, give this wikipedia article a read. Good luck with your 'A' levels, and focus on that first.
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    Don't count your chickens before they hatch.
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    I wouldn't worry about a masters degree right now, I think you'll begin to know if you really want to do one when you're some way through your first
    I'd concentrate on getting your A-levels first!
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    can you not do an undergrad masters in law? i'm doing an Msc undergrad course next year...
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    (Original post by alispam)
    can you not do an undergrad masters in law? i'm doing an Msc undergrad course next year...
    I think undergrad masters only exist in science, but I'm not sure
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    (Original post by alispam)
    can you not do an undergrad masters in law? i'm doing an Msc undergrad course next year...
    It will probably be an MSci, not an MSc. There are other similar 4 year first degrees such as MMath, MChem, MPhys etc. There aren't any in law as far as I'm aware.
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    (Original post by miss_princess_stacey)
    im probably gonna sound dumb here
    but my law teacher said i should do a masters degree
    what is this?
    xx
    Also, if you want to do Law at a top uni, you might need a 4th AS
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    Yeah, law, as far as I'm aware, is very competive
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    i am taking a fourth as up next year
    im taking maths
    and yeah, i am concentrating on my alevels thanks.. in the library every lunch and break... if tht isnt what is?!!?
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    (Original post by miss_princess_stacey)
    i am taking a fourth as up next year
    im taking maths
    and yeah, i am concentrating on my alevels thanks.. in the library every lunch and break... if tht isnt what is?!!?
    your attitude comes across as stinking, stacey. You won't get far in life with this type of attitude, i.e. post number 3 in this thread.
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    no not really
    i just got a bit upset that's all
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    well look at your options. Things change over time.
 
 
 
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