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I'm starting year 12, next month, and I'm taking History, Philosophy and Psychology. I'm also taking an EPQ. Would that be an acceptable combination of A Levels, to get me on to the course?
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(Original post by Grace Appleby)
I'm starting year 12, next month, and I'm taking History, Philosophy and Psychology. I'm also taking an EPQ. Would that be an acceptable combination of A Levels, to get me on to the course?
Yep, any combination is fine for law but it’s good that you have some essay subjects, you could always do a law based epq to show you interest, those a levels are great for law
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Law usually looks for History and English Literature A levels iirc because they show critical thinking and writing skills
I did History and English Lit at A Level and am considering doing a fourth year Law conversion course after I do a EngLit/History joint honours at Uni
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There really are no required A levels for Law - I've know someone go to Cambridge with Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and French - but your A levels seem a good combination.
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