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    I'm taking 3 subjects on my a levels which are Sociology, History and Art.
    My teacher said Sociology and History are good subject combinations to take to get into Law but I'm just wondering if my Arts would pull my possibility to get into Law/not be accepted

    Add: I'm planning to take AS Maths next year to add onto my subjs so atleast I have two faciliating subjects.
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    There are no specifications to take a law degree so an arts a level would not decrease your chances at all. Sociology and History are great a levels as they are essay based (actually not sure if sociology is essay based but it is highly regarded) but a lot of people I know that are doing law degrees have also taken art of another arts based a level and it hasn't lowered their chances or how they are perceived. Hope this helps and good luck with choosing
 
 
 
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