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    Hello I am about to finish my first year at the uni of York studying history and politics, and I'm considering dropping out (the course is not what I thought and the uni is very far away from home). Law looks so interesting and I wish I had chosen to study that instead.

    I got good A level results achieving A* A* A.

    I was just wondering if anybody has experienced dropping out to do law and if it had an impact on their application success? Would the top universities be less likely to accept my application as I am a drop out?
 
 
 

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