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    Heres my dilemma, I took business last year alongside law and sociology. I'm averaging A grades in both law and sociology and wish to carry them through to my second year. However, I hate business and I just don't enjoy it so I have lost all my motivation to revise for it. Basically I know for sure that I will fail business this summer. I want to go to Birmingham to study law ( AAA ) so what would be more appropriate...
    A. Pick up 2 as's (RS and Politics) along side my 2 a2's ( Law and Sociology, stay an extra year at college)
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    B. Carry through my 2 A2's along side a one subject AS and A2? ( Politics )

    Overall what do you guys think would be better for me in the long run? Also what do you think will be harder?
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    (Original post by AlderKate)
    Heres my dilemma, I took business last year alongside law and sociology. I'm averaging A grades in both law and sociology and wish to carry them through to my second year. However, I hate business and I just don't enjoy it so I have lost all my motivation to revise for it. Basically I know for sure that I will fail business this summer. I want to go to Birmingham to study law ( AAA ) so what would be more appropriate...
    A. Pick up 2 as's (RS and Politics) along side my 2 a2's ( Law and Sociology, stay an extra year at college)
    or....
    B. Carry through my 2 A2's along side a one subject AS and A2? ( Politics )

    Overall what do you guys think would be better for me in the long run? Also what do you think will be harder?
    If you want to study Law at Birmingham then I am pretty certain they will want 3 full A levels - but check their requirements to see.
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    If you want to study Law at Birmingham then I am pretty certain they will want 3 full A levels - but check their requirements to see.
    they do but i'm just deliberating which would be easier
 
 
 
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