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    I'm really eager to do a law degree at university and I've been looking at various university entry requirements for the course. Most say that any subjects are accepted but I am only doing 1 facilitating subject. I know I should be doing 2 but I wouldn't get a good grade in any others and I know that I wouldn't enjoy it at all. I'm also doing drama which some people say may affect my chances of being accepted? A lot of universities look for very high grades, if I'm looking at ABB grades or slightly lower, with the subjects drama, English literature and law, what universities would be good to look at?
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    It is a lot easier than you think to get into a university for law. Don't worry too much about your subjects, unless you're applying to Cambridge. Even then, you are not without hope.
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    (Original post by sophie_2000)
    I'm really eager to do a law degree at university and I've been looking at various university entry requirements for the course. Most say that any subjects are accepted but I am only doing 1 facilitating subject. I know I should be doing 2 but I wouldn't get a good grade in any others and I know that I wouldn't enjoy it at all. I'm also doing drama which some people say may affect my chances of being accepted? A lot of universities look for very high grades, if I'm looking at ABB grades or slightly lower, with the subjects drama, English literature and law, what universities would be good to look at?
    Go and find a copy of Heap on Uniiversity grades. Careers, library or large bookshop will have one. You can then see which unis are about your grade level.

    You should check the entrance requirements for each one just to be sure. You should be ok with those, but the weak one is Drama. If you are unsure contact the uni for guidance.

    Think have answered the same before. Its still the right answer.
 
 
 
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