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    I have mentioned 2 out of 3 of my a level subjects in my Law personal statement. Would it be odd if I did not mention the third?
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    no
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    No to be honest, as long as they’re relevant. If they’re not relevant don’t add them - as it’ll be a waste of space.
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    Not at all, my last subject is totally unrelated to the degree I want to pursue.
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    Don't talk about your A levels in your PS

    You've asked this repeatedly already and been told that what you're putting isn't appropriate for the degree you're applying to.
 
 
 
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