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    I want to choose psychology for a levels but would it help me study law? Any other suggestions if not?
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    Some Law courses (if you're looking at a degree) recommend an essay subject, which I'm pretty sure Psychology is.
    You could take English if you'd prefer that. Maybe look at some uni websites and see their requirements.
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    (Original post by Cherrycheryl)
    I want to choose psychology for a levels but would it help me study law? Any other suggestions if not?
    Makes no difference.

    Only a few unis have preferred subjects but most accept any combination. You dont have to do an essay subject.
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    Makes no difference.

    Only a few unis have preferred subjects but most accept any combination. You dont have to do an essay subject.
    What other subject can I choose to be able to study law?
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    (Original post by Cherrycheryl)
    What other subject can I choose to be able to study law?
    There arent really any set subjects.

    Some are a bit safer than others. Traditional facilitating ones, but always check the entrance requirements for the unis you want to apply to as thats the most important.

    https://university.which.co.uk/advic...d-to-study-law

    Look at LSE and their entrance requirements as well as Sheffield. They both give a good idea of preferred subjects and you are normally fine with 2 preferred and one non preferred.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    There arent really any set subjects.

    Some are a bit safer than others. Traditional facilitating ones, but always check the entrance requirements for the unis you want to apply to as thats the most important.

    https://university.which.co.uk/advic...d-to-study-law

    Look at LSE and their entrance requirements as well as Sheffield. They both give a good idea of preferred subjects and you are normally fine with 2 preferred and one non preferred.
    Thank you!
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