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    I am in my first year of Alevels and I am studying Psychology, English Lit,Chemistry and Btec Health and Social care. I decided to choose Chemistry because I wanted to go into Optometry however I now am struggling in Chemistry and want to drop it at the end of the year.
    Now my plan is to do Law and become a solicitor advocate!!! I find it very interesting!
    But I looked at universities and they state they want ABB or Btec DDD but how about for me who is doing a mixture of Btec and Alevels (gonna have done English Lit, Psychology & Btec health and social care) what will the entry requirements be then?

    The lowest entry requirements are at Wolverhampton for a Law LLB degree they want BCC/CCC or DDM for Btecs
    So will I still be able to do a Law degree with 2 Alevels and a Btec (instead of 3 Alevels).
    I am hoping to get D(in Btec) & BB (in Alevels)
    Will I be excepted to do a Law degree and hopefully become a Solicitor advocate?
    Please help I'm confused!
    Thanks
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    (Original post by Alisha999)
    Hi
    I am in my first year of Alevels and I am studying Psychology, English Lit,Chemistry and Btec Health and Social care. I decided to choose Chemistry because I wanted to go into Optometry however I now am struggling in Chemistry and want to drop it at the end of the year.
    Now my plan is to do Law and become a solicitor advocate!!! I find it very interesting!
    But I looked at universities and they state they want ABB or Btec DDD but how about for me who is doing a mixture of Btec and Alevels (gonna have done English Lit, Psychology & Btec health and social care) what will the entry requirements be then?

    The lowest entry requirements are at Wolverhampton for a Law LLB degree they want BCC/CCC or DDM for Btecs
    So will I still be able to do a Law degree with 2 Alevels and a Btec (instead of 3 Alevels).
    I am hoping to get D(in Btec) & BB (in Alevels)
    Will I be excepted to do a Law degree and hopefully become a Solicitor advocate?
    Please help I'm confused!
    Thanks
    As you have a mixture of qualifications your best bet is to email the universities you re interested in to get a straight answer.
 
 
 
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