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Hey guys i currently have psychology, Sociology, Global perspectives, economics and English for as levels! Planning to drop global perspectives after my as levels! I want to take law as that's what I want to pursue in future.. My school does not offer AS and A level law.. Is it an easy subject that I can self study? If yes pls share some tips! Thank you!
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Hey guys i currently have psychology, Sociology, Global perspectives and English for as levels! Planning to drop global perspectives after my as levels! I want to take law as that's what I want to pursue in future.. My school does not offer AS and A level law.. Is it an easy subject that I can self study? If yes pls share some tips! Thank you!
You don't need to study law to do it at uni. Psychology, sociology and English are enough on their own.
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You don't need to study law to do it at uni. Psychology, sociology and English are enough on their own.
I want 5 subjects to keep me busy, and I'm really interested in studying law.. so pls help by saying if law self study is easy or not.. Thank you for your reply 😊
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I want 5 subjects to keep me busy, and I'm really interested in studying law.. so pls help by saying if law self study is easy or not.. Thank you for your reply 😊
Five subjects at A level is totally unnecessary and you risk doing badly in all of them by spreading yourself too thinly. Your university offer will be for three subjects.

I'm sure someone will post later on telling you what you want to hear.
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Five subjects at A level is totally unnecessary and you risk doing badly in all of them by spreading yourself too thinly. Your university offer will be for three subjects.

I'm sure someone will post later on telling you what you want to hear.
Thanks a lot for the advice 😊
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I want 5 subjects to keep me busy, and I'm really interested in studying law.. so pls help by saying if law self study is easy or not.. Thank you for your reply 😊
Unless you're not only extremely intelligent but extraordinarily extremely intelligent, doing 5 A-Levels is not going to be manageable. You're going to end up with shoddy grades, probably Bs and Cs. Do not do it.

Self-studying is of course doable, but you're probably going to get a *****y grade doing it.

Doing 3 A-Levels is sufficient. 4 A-Levels if you're trying to show off. A 5th, and a self-study one at that, is a complete waste of time.
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