I need to pick the 4 subjects which I am going to take for as-levels in the next few weeks. I am hoping to apply for Oxbridge (preferably Oxford) to do law at the end of my a-levels assuming get my predicted results (as and a*).
I am certain that I want to do French and History however, I need to decide between Politics, Psychology and English Literature for my last two options.
I think I want to do Psychology and Politics however I am scared that Oxford won't consider me as impressively as some other applicants as psychology and politics aren't viewed as such facilitating subjects when compared to subjects like English ( as I have been told)
Please can you tell me if this is true and also give me advice on what I should do
(btw the school I go to won't let me do 5 subjects so that cannot be a solution)
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- Thread Starter
- 21-01-2014 22:29
- 22-01-2014 10:17
Most Unis don't ask for specific subjects for Law - they just want VERY high grades. So just make sure you choose the subjects you enjoy the most and have a realistic chance of getting A/A* in.
Lots of good advice about applying for Law here - http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/undergraduate/admissions.php
AND http://www.bristol.ac.uk/law/ugdegrees/ugadmissions/Last edited by returnmigrant; 22-01-2014 at 10:19.