I am doing my GCSE's now and thinking about which A levels would be best if I want to be a lawyer? I'm not sure how much A levels I'm going to do but the GCSE's I'm doing are: English, the 3 sciences, Welsh, Maths, History, Religious Studies and Drama. My sixth form also offers subjects that weren't available at GCSE such as politics and psychology. Whar would you recommend I do? ( obviously I'll be taking into account my grades and what subjects I'll enjoy.
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- 15-10-2017 16:47
- 15-10-2017 16:49
There are no 'specific' entry requirements for Law at most universites, however they may prefer at least one essay-based subject, such as English Lit/Lang, Psychology, History etc.
The other 2 (or 3 depending on if you're taking 3/4 A Levels) should be subjects that you know you'll enjoy studying and will do well in.
I'm taking Psychology, English Literature and Geography and I also aim to study Law.