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    Are A-Level grades of AAC, A*AC or A*A*C good enough to be considered for a career in law?
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    (Original post by Dapz123)
    Are A-Level grades of AAC, A*AC or A*A*C good enough to be considered for a career in law?
    Some firms ask for 340 UCAS points. With those that do, you would only be short on the AAC achievement.

    The C grade might be a very minor concern to some firms, no matter if you meet any minimum academic requirements. The main question that pops up is why was someone with those grades so well in two subjects but average in another (did they not apply themselves, did they lose interest, did they not manage their time effectively?).

    However that is a very minor concern and they are going to be looking at a lot more information on your application than your A-level grades, let alone one of three grades. If you do well in your first year of university and get consistent 2.1 grades, this will be far more compelling that your A-level grades.
 
 
 
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