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    Hi guys,

    Basically, i got my results and i got B's in both maths and law and im really confused which one to take up to A2. Maths wasnt too much of a graft but im aiming for an A at A2. Law in the other hand, I put more work into it and found more interesting. I genuinely was excited to attend Law lessons but i feel like i dont have the natural essay skills for it as i tried really hard and i was getting A's in all my mocks but the exm let me down.

    Grade wise I was only 3/4 UMS marks away from an A overall


    Which one would be more useful in keeping?
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    (Original post by Loyale)
    Hi guys,

    Basically, i got my results and i got B's in both maths and law and im really confused which one to take up to A2. Maths wasnt too much of a graft but im aiming for an A at A2. Law in the other hand, I put more work into it and found more interesting. I genuinely was excited to attend Law lessons but i feel like i dont have the natural essay skills for it as i tried really hard and i was getting A's in all my mocks but the exm let me down.

    Grade wise I was only 3/4 UMS marks away from an A overall


    Which one would be more useful in keeping?
    Depends on what you want to do. A lot of universities don't regard a level law at all.


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    (Original post by mliela)
    Depends on what you want to do. A lot of universities don't regard a level law at all.


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    Medicine. I've asked quite a few Unis and they dont really care what you do for the third A Level as long as you get an A in it.
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    (Original post by Loyale)
    Medicine. I've asked quite a few Unis and they dont really care what you do for the third A Level as long as you get an A in it.
    Maths is a safe option. But I guess pick the one you enjoy more.


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