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what a levels do you think you need to study criminal law at university?
my current choice is Psychology, Sociology, Biology and Law. Also during my second year at sixth form which of these would be better to drop?
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what a levels do you think you need to study criminal law at university?
my current choice is Physchology, Sociology, Biology and Law. Also during my second year at sixth form which of these would be better to drop?
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Psycology has no 'h'.
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Psycology has no 'h'.
Yes it does. It's psychology. With regards to the question, I don't know, but why not check the entry requirements for that course on different university's websites?
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Psycology has no 'h'.
oops my bad
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