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A level French, Maths, Politics and AS level Sociology? Watch

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    Your subjects are fine, there are no required subjects for law. Do subjects you enjoy and are good at, that's the best way to get good grades and ultimately, it is your grades which matter.

    I'm currently studying AS French and Sociology and I can assure you that those subjects will be fine for Law because several of my Sociology classmates are hoping to study Law. Similarly to yourself, I did consider studying Psychology instead of Sociology, but I'm really glad that I chose Sociology because, compared to my other subjects, it is a 'nicer' option, which I think everyone should be entitled to at A Level!
    If you're still not sure, just look at some Psychology and Sociology past papers and decide which subject appeals more to you, which was a big help for me this time last year.
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