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I need help I'm starting to doubt I choose the right alevels. For university I want to take law so for alevels I chose
Eng lit
Economics
Psychology
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You should look at the requirements on the universities website regarding law. English literature is a good choice if you want to take law at uni. Most people would recommend taking history and/or law tho.
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I agree with Kayeen; look at university courses and check their requirements for law.


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I need help I'm starting to doubt I choose the right alevels. For university I want to take law so for alevels I chose
Eng lit
Economics
Psychology
Is this ok??
It's sufficient. Though I do think you're better off taking history than psychology, if that's something you would enjoy?
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(Original post by Helpmeplease382)
I need help I'm starting to doubt I choose the right alevels. For university I want to take law so for alevels I chose
Eng lit
Economics
Psychology
Is this ok??
I do psychology and really enjoy it but the previous poster is correct. If you want to do law at university, history would be a better option than psychology.

(Do look at uni websites though and see what subjects they reference in their entry requirements for law, if any)


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It's sufficient. Though I do think you're better off taking history than psychology, if that's something you would enjoy?
I really didn't like history
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You should look at the requirements on the universities website regarding law. English literature is a good choice if you want to take law at uni. Most people would recommend taking history and/or law tho.
Most uni's just have the grade requirements not the preferred alevels but idk
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Try scrolling down for the requirements
(Original post by Helpmeplease382)
Most uni's just have the grade requirements not the preferred alevels but idk
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For law, the vast majority of universities (exceptions are the ones with highly competitive courses - Oxbridge & Co.) don't care about the subjects (so long as you're doing subjects that aren't considered "soft" (which none of yours are)) - they care about the grades. You can take all three sciences and successfully apply to do law, or maths, english, and economics, or english, history, and drama - so long as you get those A grades (or B on occasion), you're all good. Do whatever subjects you want, and enjoy them!
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