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    When I chose my AS levels in year 11 I was dead set on doing biological/biomedical sciences, optometry and other healthcare and scientific courses. However, recently I've had a bit of a think and I'm considering other options, like law. I've always been interested in it and I love the idea of helping people as a solicitor. I've taken Biology, Psychology, Chemistry and ICT and I plan on either dropping Chemistry or Psychology.

    Can I still do law? I know I technically can but would I stand a chance at getting a place at a good uni?
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    Sure you can.

    You might have stood a better chance if you had taken an essay-based subject, but you can still do it.

    You gotta show why you're interested in Law though since you haven't taken anything related to it. Do some work experience.
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    Sure you can.

    You might have stood a better chance if you had taken an essay-based subject, but you can still do it.

    You gotta show why you're interested in Law though since you haven't taken anything related to it. Do some work experience.
    I think we do work experience next year in my school, so I'll have to check that out. I know, but at the time I never would've thought that law would spark my interest and I regret it now. I'm afraid that my subject combination would prove to be 'weak' compared to other students.
 
 
 
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