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    My A level subjects are English language, politics and law and I want to study law at a decent university, however I haven't picked any traditional subjects. Since it's too late now should I drop English language in the second year and pick History or English lit? I don't mind spending another year in college. Any advice is appreciated.
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    (Original post by MisterAnonymous)
    My A level subjects are English language, politics and law and I want to study law at a decent university, however I haven't picked any traditional subjects. Since it's too late now should I drop English language in the second year and pick History or English lit? I don't mind spending another year in college. Any advice is appreciated.
    Is it worth it doing another year though?
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    Is it worth it doing another year though?
    If it gives me an advantage over applicants then yeah probably 😐
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    (Original post by MisterAnonymous)
    If it gives me an advantage over applicants then yeah probably 😐
    Would the university that you want to go to accept A-Levels being taken over the normal time frame?
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    Would the university that you want to go to accept A-Levels being taken over the normal time frame?
    I think so. I didn't know universities worried about that.
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    I think so. I didn't know universities worried about that.
    Some can be. Most don't though so don't worry. If you really think it will benefit you more and increase your chances a lot then why not.
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    Some can be. Most don't though so don't worry. If you really think it will benefit you more and increase your chances a lot then why not.
    Thank you for your advice 😊
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    Thank you for you advice 😊
    Your welcome.
 
 
 
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