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    For my a-levels I chose Psychology, English Language, Sociology and Statistics.

    I want to know if these are good subjects to choose for studying law at university.

    Also, for competetive universities, do GCSE results really matter? If so is there any way I can improve my past GCSE grades? I got 2As 5Bs and 3Cs
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    Hi, I am a sociology teacher and have helped many students to get into university to study Law. If i were you i'd drop statistics in favour of History or Politics. Why did you do English Language over English Literature.

    GCSE results are important - yours, whilst not outstanding are good

    hope this helps
 
 
 
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