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    Hello, I am currently doing GCSE, and the college I want to apply to reccomended me to do A-Level Law, as it will help me if I study Law @ Uni, especially for my first year @Uni, increasing my chances to get 2:1. I wanted to know if you could apply to do Law Language (i.e French/Spanish etc) @ oxbridge. If not, what subjects would you advice me to do? I was thinking to pick these A-Levels:
    Choice 1: English Lit or History
    Choice 2: A modern Language
    Choice 3: Law or Gov.Politics or Maths or Physics
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    (Original post by Rayrayray1702)
    Hello, I am currently doing GCSE, and the college I want to apply to reccomended me to do A-Level Law, as it will help me if I study Law @ Uni, especially for my first year @Uni, increasing my chances to get 2:1. I wanted to know if you could apply to do Law Language (i.e French/Spanish etc) @ oxbridge. If not, what subjects would you advice me to do? I was thinking to pick these A-Levels:
    Choice 1: English Lit or History
    Choice 2: A modern Language
    Choice 3: Law or Gov.Politics or Maths or Physics
    Have you checked the law admissions pages?

    https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/admissions/...studies-europe

    This course may interest you - although you require competency in the language (it says you aren't taught it on your degree) it may be an interesting option for you if you study French or Spanish on your own.
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    also, do you think is it better to have a good grade in A-Level Law (i.e A*/A) and continue to study Law, or to study a facilitating/academic subject like English/History instead, and end up with a B?
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