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    I want to study Law at Uni, any advice on what A-Levels are best?

    There are no required A Levels for Law, however traditional essay-based subjects such as History, English Literature, Geography or a language are good choices. Other subjects like Psychology, Sociology, Government and Politics and Maths are useful too

    I'm planning on doing Law at uni and my Alevel subjects are Law, Government and Politics, Psychology and English lit.
    Law isn't nesserary but it is great for setting yourself up for uni and not be too overwhelmed by the first few weeks of lectures as you already know the basics.

    Essay based and facilitating subjects are preferred, like History. Check more entry requirements from potential universities as well as what people who are now studying law did.
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