Sruthigha
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If i pick chem, economics and maths in a level, will I still be able to do criminal law in university
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just look at criminal law university courses online, seeing what the required subjects are, if any. i would think with law, you will need english lit or lang, though, because law is very intensive reading. look online, and if there are not required subjects, search for most taken subjects by students to get an idea.
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(Original post by deaesthe)
just look at criminal law university courses online, seeing what the required subjects are, if any. i would think with law, you will need english lit or lang, though, because law is very intensive reading. look online, and if there are not required subjects, search for most taken subjects by students to get an idea.
Don't know about criminal law, but for law in general there doesn't tend to be any required subjects I don't think?
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ive applied for law this year with econ, history and politics - no required subjects really but u need to be able to write essays well (LNAT will highlight if ur not v good at it). Econ is an essay based subject but not as much as others. depends on if ur already good at essays or might benefit from a more essay based subject choice.
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If i pick chem, economics and maths in a level, will I still be able to do criminal law in university
Law degrees don't require any particular A level subjects but taking one essay subject is a good idea to help develop your essay writing skills. For this reason, the most common A level subjects for Law students to have are English Lit or History, although they are not compulsory.
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