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    I'm in year ten and I didn't have the option to study law I was extremely interested. I'm wondering if I would able to pick my options again maybe in year 11? Or in college. Is there any other way of learning law without school please reply I would really appreciate it
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    (Original post by Khurramsalim)
    I'm in year ten and I didn't have the option to study law I was extremely interested. I'm wondering if I would able to pick my options again maybe in year 11? Or in college. Is there any other way of learning law without school please reply I would really appreciate it
    Hi,

    Seeing as you are in year 10 and you will soon be going into year 11 I don't think it would be possible to change your GCSE subjects as they are two year courses. If your school didn't offer law at GCSE don't worry about it! I don't think many do, or if it's even a thing. You are by no means required to study law at GCSE level to do it at university.
    What I would advise you to do, when it comes to picking your A-level subjects you can pick law then. Do you want to do law at uni? I hope I haven't misunderstood you
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    Don't forget to value the opportunity to see what you think of the other subjects you're doing, too. You may find that you prefer something you wouldn't even imagine! A Level choices are much more important - your teachers should be able to help you a bit with that. There's info on the wiki as well.
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    Don't forget to value the opportunity to see what you think of the other subjects you're doing, too. You may find that you prefer something you wouldn't even imagine! A Level choices are much more important - your teachers should be able to help you a bit with that. There's info on the wiki as well.
    Thanks 😃


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