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I've just started A levels and I'm doing Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Psychology. Would these courses put me at a disadvantage when applying to Law at a top University such as Durham?

Should I have taken English Literature instead? I took Psychology because I know I can get a better grade in it than English.
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(Original post by wednesday_adams)
I've just started A levels and I'm doing Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Psychology. Would these courses put me at a disadvantage when applying to Law at a top University such as Durham?

Should I have taken English Literature instead? I took Psychology because I know I can get a better grade in it than English.
that's absolutely fine - those subject are more than 'academically rigorous' enough to prepare for law - I'm doing maths, biology and music and ive got offers from QMUL and birmingham - waiting for replies from oxford, ucl and warwick
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