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    I'm looking at starting a OU degree. I'm undecided yet whether I will choose a Bachelor of Law Degree, Psycholgy and Law Degree or Criminology and Law. I was just wondering how difficult these are?
    I'm not expecting it to be a walk in the park as such, just wanted to know the level of work and how difficult it's going to be to complete?
    Sorry if this sounds confusing, just needed some outside advice!

    Thanks a lot!
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    The Open University's Bachelor of Laws is a Qualifying Law Degree, if you want to be a lawyer you should definitely do that instead of the combined law degrees which do not have qualifying status. There are OU law students in the Open University forum who should be able to give you an idea of how difficult it is.
 
 
 
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