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    Hi, at the moment Im considering a law degree at uni and just checking the A-levels I have chosen are good enough. I haven't chosen law at A-level because i was told i don't need it by me career advisor and uni I would wish to attend. Plus i still want to leave my options open because I'm not 100% sure yet. however should i want to do law, are these A-levels good enough?
    English
    History
    Sociology/business/psychology
    At the moment i am undecided on the 3rd, which one do you think is the best or would you recommend another one?
    thanks
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    (Original post by Will.A2017)
    Hi, at the moment Im considering a law degree at uni and just checking the A-levels I have chosen are good enough. I haven't chosen law at A-level because i was told i don't need it by me career advisor and uni I would wish to attend. Plus i still want to leave my options open because I'm not 100% sure yet. however should i want to do law, are these A-levels good enough?
    English
    History
    Sociology/business/psychology
    At the moment i am undecided on the 3rd, which one do you think is the best or would you recommend another one?
    thanks
    For a Law degree, there are no required subjects. To keep your options open, it is recommended that you take 2 facilitating A Levels, of which History is one. English Literature is also one, although Lang and Lang/Lit combined are not facilitating, so watch out for that.
 
 
 
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