Studying Btec,want to take law in uni

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    Hi guys
    I'm studying a Btec ATM, & would like to study law in university. I've heard that it is a heavy topic aswell as difficult, I'm not sure what I should do as that's the only course I want to take. I am aware there will Be a lot of exams but will it Be hard for me to convert from btec to exams? & if yes how hard? I'm really stuck here guys! Advice would be appreciated!

    If you meet the entry requirements you will be fine. Unis know what different courses cover and set entry requirements based on what they see as a realistic jump from your current work to uni level work. Every degree course is hard in its own way and being passionate about it is half the battle won. If you know it's what you want to do then go for it.
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