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    Okay so having a terrible time deciding, i have just received my AS results which were CCE, I will be resitting two of the exams as i believe i can do better. I am thinking of law school vs business school, but seriousy cant decide..

    Is it even worth applying to do law with CCC or BBB at the very highest and is it really that super hard as everyone says (i want to do commercial law).

    On the other hand business degrees mostly require lower grades which puts me at less of a risk however, will i be able to find a decent job which i can work up the ladder with my career? P.S. I am interested in human resource/management.

    Sooo confused, any responses will be very appreciated..
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    (Original post by rasele888)
    Okay so having a terrible time deciding, i have just received my AS results which were CCE, I will be resitting two of the exams as i believe i can do better. I am thinking of law school vs business school, but seriousy cant decide..

    Is it even worth applying to do law with CCC or BBB at the very highest and is it really that super hard as everyone says (i want to do commercial law).

    On the other hand business degrees mostly require lower grades which puts me at less of a risk however, will i be able to find a decent job which i can work up the ladder with my career? P.S. I am interested in human resource/management.

    Sooo confused, any responses will be very appreciated..
    It's worth applying to uni with any grade to be honest. You need to make sure you look at unis that are tailored to your predicted grades, so you can be realistic about the course. Law is traditionally a rigorous course, Contract Law being the most difficult module. BBB-BBC will get you into good universities. A person from my sixth form collected her results and she got CDE and her law course was ABB and she sitll got in (god only knows how). But things aren't impossible as you might believe.

    If you are struggling to determine what path you want to go into - you can apply to 5 universities on UCAS, add a six if you must (At an extra cost) and throw in a few law and business schools. In your Personal Statement, you should write an equal length of both subjects; why you want to study it and why you are the right candidate for their course AND uni.

    Hope I helped.
 
 
 
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