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Would you be accepted on to a law course, if you study these a-levels
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Biology
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Would you be accepted on to a law course, if you study these a-levels
Law
Biology
Psychology
English Literature

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Yep. You have law and an English. They are important. :yep:
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Would you be accepted on to a law course, if you study these a-levels
Law
Biology
Psychology
English Literature

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They're fine as long as you can get the grades. The only problem one is actually law as many places don't like the A Level.
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Would you be accepted on to a law course, if you study these a-levels
Law
Biology
Psychology
English Literature

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Well it's not just your subject choice which allows you to be accepted. You have to perform decently at AS, get the required grades at A2, have a good personal statement and show that you have done research and/or work experience related to what you're applying for. Are you looking at any universities specifically? Those subjects would be fine for a law degree, but as I said that's only part of your application.
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It depends where you want to go to uni - lots of unis don't like law a-level. It's also quite a competitive course - so you'd have to get the grades.
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Assuming you do well in them and maybe have some relevant work experience and a good personal statement, I don't think they'd be a problem
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Well it's not just your subject choice which allows you to be accepted. You have to perform decently at AS, get the required grades at A2, have a good personal statement and show that you have done research and/or work experience related to what you're applying for. Are you looking at any universities specifically? Those subjects would be fine for a law degree, but as I said that's only part of your application.
I personally, just want to know if the a-levels would help me get onto a decent law degree.However, my options that have been selected also reflect my interest in forensic science therefore i wanted to select options that ensure, i can have good career paths open for me.
I'm a hard-working person, so hopefully if i put the effort into my work, I will get good grade, furthermore I'm also applying to a funded programme, which helps people with an interest in law, have work experience in a law firm and receive advice.
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I personally, just want to know if the a-levels would help me get onto a decent law degree.However, my options that have been selected also reflect my interest in forensic science therefore i wanted to select options that ensure, i can have good career paths open for me.
I'm a hard-working person, so hopefully if i put the effort into my work, I will get good grade, furthermore I'm also applying to a funded programme, which helps people with an interest in law, have work experience in a law firm and receive advice.
Again, your subject choice is only a part of your application. Most universities say that there are no specific subjects needed, as long as you take decently respected subjects and get good grades in them.
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