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    Hi, I am a year 12 student and I am currently worrying about my A level subject combination. I want to study Law at uni, but my subjects are Psychology, Geography, Biology and Math. Are my subjects not suitable for Law and i should just give up .__. or should I pick up an essay-based A level like History to make myself more competitive?

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    You can go into Law with more or less any subject combination. Psychology and Geography are essay subjects anyway, Biology and Maths prove prove that you have a logical mind, so I can't see why it isn't appropriate. You have a good mix
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    There are no specific A level subjects for law. Grades are what count. You should make sure at least 2 of your A levels are traditional non soft subjects imo. They are fine. A quick google will show you that to be the case soemthing like A levels law
 
 
 
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