I did English Literature in sixth form and received a B grade. I was thinking of going back to college and doing Law, Business Studies and English Language. Although, I am wondering what A level Law is like. Is it hard? I am pretty good at memorizing stuff.
What is A-level Law like? Watch
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- 16-08-2013 22:45
- 22-08-2013 22:18
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- 29-08-2013 21:29
Law is great, and ties in well with Business studies I just finished AS Law and I do business as well, I only chose it because it fit in with my options but it was the best choice I made. Personally I love it, it is really interesting and the knowledge is useful in everyday life as well- I now want a career in Law. As for difficulty, it is hard but not if you put in the effort, being able to memorise stuff will certainly help you. Overall I would recommend the subject to anyone who was willing to put the work in
- 29-08-2013 21:30
See my other post here.
- 07-09-2013 12:17
I did AS Law, English Language, Psychology and Biology. Carrying on the first 3 to A2, and picking up AS Business. I absolutely love Law! It's one of those subjects where you really have to work hard and put in extra effort to all topics in order to fully understand them to answer the questions well in the exams. I wouldn't say it was really hard, and I neither myself or any of my friends have ever struggled with it, so if it's something you think you might enjoy and you're willing to work hard it's definitely worth it!