How my a levels link to a law degreeWatch
Your ps should be about your personal interests in the degree you’re applying for.
Teachers ask for this “relate your subjects to your degree” nonsense to fill space not because it’s useful
Talk about the skills which you've acquired and how they're applicable to Law.
A law PS should focus on academic interests and specific areas of law and topics that an applicant is hoping to study. There’s no need to waste space that could be used for something personal and specific to talk about something that isn’t required for the course.
@PQ something personal like what ? Do they not wanna see other things other than just the interest etc ps need variety right not just one reason ?
Details about what you are interested in academically. The specifics and the details make it personal and demonstrate your motivation and interest in your chosen degree.
@PQ do I mention which type of law I would want to go into , thanks by the way for all the help
Remember that the people teaching law degrees have taken an LLB, usually also an LLM and. PhD in the academic study of law. And then they have chosen to dedicate their careers to research and teaching academic law. Law academics are NOT (in the main) solicitors or barristers. While law degrees are a pathway into those careers they aren’t a vocational degree.