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    So I'm having difficulty figuring out whether I could learn A-level law within 7 months, the thing is I want to go to uni at the end of 2018 but I'm not sure whether 7 months gives me enough time to study the whole course, my other option is to swap it for the full 2 year course but that would mean I would have to wait another year to go to university, and to be honest i'd rather not have to do that. I do currently have 2 A-levels and just need a third to be able to go, also I have decided not to go on a foundation level course as this would actually turn out a lot more expensive than doing another A-level. Also if I decided to stay on the fast track course, how many hours realistically do you think I would have to revise for each day?
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    So I'm having difficulty figuring out whether I could learn A-level law within 7 months, the thing is I want to go to uni at the end of 2018 but I'm not sure whether 7 months gives me enough time to study the whole course, my other option is to swap it for the full 2 year course but that would mean I would have to wait another year to go to university, and to be honest i'd rather not have to do that. I do currently have 2 A-levels and just need a third to be able to go, also I have decided not to go on a foundation level course as this would actually turn out a lot more expensive than doing another A-level. Also if I decided to stay on the fast track course, how many hours realistically do you think I would have to revise for each day?
    Yes if you work very hard and are bright. Would be a big push though.
    As many hours as you can manage, there isnt much time to learn it.

    If you dont work hard enough or you arent bright enough then it will be hard going. Also need to decide what grade you need.
 
 
 
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