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I want to take the a levels maths, computer science, biology and psychology. Is this ok for law as psychology is my only essay based subject? I don’t particularly like english lit or history but was thinking maybe it would be better to study religious studies rather than biology? However religious studies is less respected but more essay based? I’m interested and good at maths and psychology so definitely want to keep them and computer science or a psychology degree is my backup option.
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Sounds fine. There are no required A levels for Law.
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Sounds fine. There are no required A levels for Law.
I know but they said essay subjects are preferred so should I take religious studies being as it is essay based or bio as it is facilitating and more respected
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I want to take the a levels maths, computer science, biology and psychology. Is this ok for law as psychology is my only essay based subject? I don’t particularly like english lit or history but was thinking maybe it would be better to study religious studies rather than biology? However religious studies is less respected but more essay based? I’m interested and good at maths and psychology so definitely want to keep them and computer science or a psychology degree is my backup option.
There's no specific subjects for law.
Do whatever subjects you enjoy most and think you will do best at.
Between biology and religion- which do you enjoy most and think you will get the best grade in?
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Facilitating subjects don't even exist anymore. Religious Studies isn't less respected either. Oxbridge accepts it as equally as History or whatever.

Universities won't be impressed by certain subjects over others. Just do the 3 you think you'll enjoy the most / get the best grades in. Do one essay subject to prepare you for university essay writing. If you end up going with a Law degree, all you'll do at university is write essays, so you'll need all the practice you can get.
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