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    So I know LSE isn't a fan of A Level law. I'm predicted A*A*A* in History, Politcs and Law and I'm wondering that since LSE consider history and politics to be facilitating subjects, should I still apply? Or do you think that LSE just rejects anyone with A level law. I got AAAA in my AS results and my GCSEs are A*A*A*A*AAAB. I have a strong personal statement and reference. But would all that still not be enough? Has anyone who has done law at A level got into LSE for law?

    No they won't reject you right away! lol my brother had law, government and politics and maths and he got in. Although, that was ten years ago, and he's an international applicant, but I think it'll still be the same.
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