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    Hey Everyone,
    Today I asked a friend about my sixth form options.
    They took a look at my options and said that there's a possibility I may not be able to take Law and Psychology and I would like to know if this is true and if so then why?
    Also,
    I know Spanish as my family is from Ecuador. However, I'm not too good at it and I do not take it for GCSES due to then not picking me as I "already know it" .
    I was thinking on taking this for A-Level but I'm not too sure on what to take as I'm not that interested in anything else on the list
    Please send help!

    *also may you leave some questions I can ask during my sixth form opening! thank you
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    If Law and Psychology are timetabled at the same time then you can't do both - that might be why.
    Ask about the details of the courses you school offers e.g. what books you study in english - that is useful when deciding whether you want to study a subject.
 
 
 
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