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    I'm in high school so quite a few years away, but I wanna become a lawyer. What should I study for a level and stuff? thanks
    ps Also do I need math? I'd love to pass Math GCSE and leave it at there!
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    There are no subjects you have to do but History, English Lit and Maths would probably be the perfect combination.
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    As far as I am concerned, unis ask for essay based subjects: (e.g history).

    You don't need to do A level law if you want to do law at uni.
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    History, English Lit and Government-Politics
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    (Original post by miss_ambitious)
    I'm in high school so quite a few years away, but I wanna become a lawyer. What should I study for a level and stuff? thanks
    ps Also do I need math? I'd love to pass Math GCSE and leave it at there!
    *maths
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    (Original post by Compost)
    There are no subjects you have to do but History, English Lit and Maths would probably be the perfect combination.
    Stupid answer.
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    Do whatever you're good at. Maths is helpful but if you're struggling to pass you're not going to do well at A level. So do subjects you're good at.

    History, English lit, Economics, Govt and politics are all some popular choices. Maths or a science can also be good at showing some variety.
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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    Stupid answer.
    Be more specific.
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    (Original post by stoyfan)
    Be more specific.
    It should be obvious.
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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    It should be obvious.
    I guess the person forgot the word "specific" in their reply.
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    (Original post by stoyfan)
    I guess the person forgot the word "specific" in their reply.
    OP specifically said maths isn't something they wanted to do and that poster tells them maths is perfect.
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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    OP specifically said maths isn't something they wanted to do and that poster tells them maths is perfect.
    OP also asked what they should do at A level, which was answred by the poster.
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    (Original post by stoyfan)
    OP also asked what they should do at A level, which was answred by the poster.
    OP upvoted my comment. Think that shows that that posters comment was stupid.
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    (Original post by tyrell221)
    OP specifically said maths isn't something they wanted to do and that poster tells them maths is perfect.
    The OP edited it to say that after I answered. I quoted the 3 most common subjects taken by students studying Law at university.
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    (Original post by Compost)
    The OP edited it to say that after I answered. I quoted the 3 most common subjects taken by students studying Law at university.
    Ahh right. I shouldn't have said it was stupid. My sincere apologies
 
 
 
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