Anthropology and law at LAE or social anthropology? Watch

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Hi all,

Do you think getting a at LSE studying social anthropology is easier than studying anthropology and Law, as I heard a lot about law rejects getting offered places studying anthropology and law.
My predictions are A/A*, A & B. I am doing French, German & English literature.
My GCSE’s are: 4A* 1A and 6B

Thanks.
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Nothing is easy. It all depends on how interested you are in the subject. If you enjoy it, you have won half the battle.
Taking into account your A levels, have you considered doing Law with French? It probably makes you more attractive to prospective employers.

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My interest lies deeply in social anthropology and law is something I recently fell fond of. I don’t think law and french would be the right course for me...
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