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i want to study Law and i’m considering doing business studies, history and english literature for A Level so what do you think of these GCSE results for that?

Business Studies - A
Child Development - A*
Biology - A
Chemistry - A*
Physics - B
English Literature - A*
English Language - B
History - A*
Mathematics - A

I’m thinking of getting my English Language remarked as i was 2 marks off an A and possibly resitting my Physics paper to bring it up to an A but does it really matter.

Also in my country we still use the old grading system so sorry if this is slightly confusing to the rest of the UK who are using the new grading system
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i want to study Law and i’m considering doing business studies, history and english literature for A Level so what do you think of these GCSE results for that?

Business Studies - A
Child Development - A*
Biology - A
Chemistry - A*
Physics - B
English Literature - A*
English Language - B
History - A*
Mathematics - A

I’m thinking of getting my English Language remarked as i was 2 marks off an A and possibly resitting my Physics paper to bring it up to an A but does it really matter.

Also in my country we still use the old grading system so sorry if this is slightly confusing to the rest of the UK who are using the new grading system
I think English Literature and History are good subjects for law as they’re essay based, however I’m not sure if business studies is considered a ‘traditional’ subject.
It probably depends on the university though, maybe it’s worth checking out?
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I think English Literature and History are good subjects for law as they’re essay based, however I’m not sure if business studies is considered a ‘traditional’ subject.
It probably depends on the university though, maybe it’s worth checking out?
i was debating between business and law and politics. i think law and politics is probably a better choice considering i want to do law in uni and as a career but i have very little experience in law and politics so i feel like business studies is a slightly safer option? idk
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i was debating between business and law and politics. i think law and politics is probably a better choice considering i want to do law in uni and as a career but i have very little experience in law and politics so i feel like business studies is a slightly safer option? idk
Look up some uni websites for law entry requirements. They will state required A levels.
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i was debating between business and law and politics. i think law and politics is probably a better choice considering i want to do law in uni and as a career but i have very little experience in law and politics so i feel like business studies is a slightly safer option? idk
I don’t think anyone has much experience in law hahahah
I took it for A-Level and I found the content very interesting and definitely accessible, it does involve a lot of work but I’m really glad I did take it
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