i want to become a lawyer and study at a top university, however i am currently unsure on what top universities prefer on a level subjects.
I am thinking of taking: history, sociology, law. However i haven't studied these subjects at gcse, do you think these are the right option?
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- Thread Starter
- 08-10-2017 20:05
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- 08-10-2017 20:07
law has no subject requirements
- Community Assistant
- 08-10-2017 20:09
They care more about the grades you get than the subjects you take for law. If you take those subjects, work for A*s and As.
- 05-06-2018 19:33
hey ... i wanna do law too... these r my subject choices.....
pls dont do history if u havent done it at gcse....unless you really wanna
- 05-06-2018 19:38
I'm going to be doing law at university next year, if all goes well with my current exams hopefully UCL!
I currently take: History, Geography and Sociology
Essay writing subjects are good to have because you can say in your personal statement how it helps you to develop argumentative skills... however, it doesn't really matter what A-Levels you do as long as you get good grades in them - even bog standard uni's are looking for A's (or like what 8's or something? I don't know the new system)
So, do what you want to do, and do stuff that's easy
I would've given a right arm to change my choices and do RE and Politics
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