Considering taking Law at A-Level Watch

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I'm a 19 year old from Nottinghamshire, at the end of my previous A-Levels I came out with 3 D's and a C, due to disinterest and primarily me being lazy. I was retaking English Language and Business but then came down with Bowel Disease which made it hard for me to attend, so I dropped out.

Now I'm starting to improve medically (despite currently having an undiagnosed wrist problem), I'd like to try out some new things and consider further education. Would people mind telling me about their experience with Law and if they enjoy it or not?

(It doesn't say in the forum description this is for discussion, but I can't see anywhere else to post this, plus the Psychology forum is the same but includes discussion.)
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Like all subjects, there are some interesting topics and some not so interesting. I am studying Law at A2. A-level Law has a huge workload and you have to start revising early on
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From my experience I would say definitely I took it as a last subject that fit in with my other A levels but I enjoyed it so much that I want to do a law degree now! I work so much harder in Law just because it is interesting and if you are willing to put the time and effort in then it will pay off hope this helps and good luck in the future whatever you decide
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Its hard work but all worth it in the end! It is vital you take on the subject only if you are passionate, interested in it, eager to learn it, have lots of free time that you can allocate to your studies, and you are serious about it. Law isn't a fun and exciting course that's laid back, it is a discipline, and candidates require self-discipline.

You should definitely look in to it first before you decide to take it on. Personally I enjoy it because I like working hard and I am interested in the content.
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