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I’m in year 11 and had chosen my a level subjects for college, however after thinking it over, I now think I want to do a level law as one of my options instead. Should I take it?
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What are you thinking of replacing it with? I don't think there are any courses at university that require Law A level.
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What are you thinking of replacing it with? I don't think there are any courses at university that require Law A level.
Well I had chosen Art and Design as one of my A levels just because it was something I chose at GCSE and so I felt like I’d be more comfortable with that course. But I don’t think this a level is going to help me with anything due to the fact I don't feel like I want a career in Art in the future. Choosing A level law seems like it’d be an interesting course, but I’m just a bit unsure overall.
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