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    If I haven't taken english lit at a level, am I at a disadvantage for competing for places at top unis?
    I know that Edinburgh's law school require english lit at A level, so I'm worried I'm not competitive enough.
    My A levels - Maths, History, Economics
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    (Original post by ethanlester)
    If I haven't taken english lit at a level, am I at a disadvantage for competing for places at top unis?
    I know that Edinburgh's law school require english lit at A level, so I'm worried I'm not competitive enough.
    My A levels - Maths, History, Economics
    That should be fine as you still have an essay based facilitating subject (history).

    That is unusual from Edinburgh, I know at Oxbridge they generally just say "an essay subject" and aren't so specific as to say just English Lit.
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    (Original post by ethanlester)
    If I haven't taken english lit at a level, am I at a disadvantage for competing for places at top unis?
    I know that Edinburgh's law school require english lit at A level, so I'm worried I'm not competitive enough.
    My A levels - Maths, History, Economics
    With respect, I suggest that you re-read the entry requirements:


    "ABB including English Literature or English Language. GCSEs: Mathematics or an approved science at Grade C. Note: English Language and English Literature GCSE both at Grade A are accepted in place of A Level English"
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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    With respect, I suggest that you re-read the entry requirements:


    "ABB including English Literature or English Language. GCSEs: Mathematics or an approved science at Grade C. Note: English Language and English Literature GCSE both at Grade A are accepted in place of A Level English"
    ah thank you, so relieved now - I totally missed the last part XD
 
 
 
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