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    Is English language usually required at top Unis for a Law degree? I'm currently studying Chemistry, Biology, History and Philosophy, if so would they be fine?
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    If you have GCSE, then you will be fine.
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    (Original post by hughmungus25)
    Is English language usually required at top Unis for a Law degree? I'm currently studying Chemistry, Biology, History and Philosophy, if so would they be fine?
    You need it at GCSE, but not at A level; law degrees, in most cases, don't have any required A levels. The main issue is getting the very best grades you can, and as you've got at least one essay subject, they'll be fine for law.
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    They only require a minimum grade at GCSE, you don't need to take it as an Alevel
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