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    Hello all,

    I'm currently planned for taking AS/A - Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics alongside GCSE German (being bilingual never hurts ) although some concerns have risen over the few weeks I've had off school and I'm considering superseding GCSE German with AS/A Law.

    Law, to me, is a systematic set of obligatory instructions that are simply fascinating when delved into. I'm very vivid regarding it; therefore, I'd like to learn it via AS/A level contrary to simply looking it up via official government websites.

    Has anyone here done AS/A Law and if so, would you suggest I supersede German with it? I'm not concerned about workload, I for one, prefer a hefty workload.

    Thanks!
    Magistl
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    (Original post by Magistl)
    Hello all,

    I'm currently planned for taking AS/A - Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics alongside GCSE German (being bilingual never hurts ) although some concerns have risen over the few weeks I've had off school and I'm considering superseding GCSE German with AS/A Law.

    Law, to me, is a systematic set of obligatory instructions that are simply fascinating when delved into. I'm very vivid regarding it; therefore, I'd like to learn it via AS/A level contrary to simply looking it up via official government websites.

    Has anyone here done AS/A Law and if so, would you suggest I supersede German with it? I'm not concerned about workload, I for one, prefer a hefty workload.

    Thanks!
    Magistl
    Just moved this to Law for you

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