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i was just wondering if i could gwt into oxford. i want to do law at uni but i don’t know if my subjects are too ‘soft’? i do history, politics and drama - any advice would be great!! thank you 🥰
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hi,
i was just wondering if i could gwt into oxford. i want to do law at uni but i don’t know if my subjects are too ‘soft’? i do history, politics and drama - any advice would be great!! thank you 🥰
You've already got History and Politics you are good to go!
Oxford University: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/admissions/...-jurisprudence
Entry Requirements for BA Jurisprudence: A, A, A ( try aiming for 3 A*s since it IS Oxford and there will be other candidates with 3+ A*s)
All candidates must also take the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT) as part of their application.

Information on the LNAT:
LNAT: In addition to the UCAS form, all applicants for Law are required to sit the Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT). You must register for the test yourself, and take it (in a test centre) between 1 September and 15 October in the year you are applying. The LNAT is designed to test your aptitude for studying Law rather than any knowledge of the subject. The results are used both when shortlisting and when making the final admissions decisions. To access practice papers and to register for the test, please visit the LNAT website.you will need to register for the Law National Aptitude Test. The LNAT is designed to test your suitability to the study of Law and will assess your verbal reasoning, ability to interpret and communicate information, and decision-making skills. It does not require any prior knowledge of law and will not follow an IQ test style format, which means everybody sitting the LNAT starts from the same point.

https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/unde...ord/tests/lnat
https://lnat.ac.uk/lnat-sample-test
https://lnat.ac.uk/how-to-prepare/practice-test/

Personal statement for Law:
https://www.thelawyerportal.com/blog...nt-for-oxford/
https://oxbridgeapplications.com/blo...nal-statement/
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wik...al_Statementac

Law books:
https://www.thelawyerportal.com/blog/law-books-summer/
https://global.oup.com/ukhe/lawresou...cc=gb&lang=en&

Law work experience:
https://www.thelawyerportal.com/free...ience-year-12/
https://www.studentladder.co.uk/year...rtunities/law/

Law articles (if you want to do an EPQ in Law this could help pick out topics):
https://www.studentladder.co.uk/year...rtunities/law/
https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/best-of-law
https://www.independent.co.uk/topic/law

Law podcasts:
https://www.law.ac.uk/resources/blog...egal-podcasts/
https://www.theguardian.com/law/2017...help-you-study


Start preparing NOW!! Good luck btw fellow yr12 student here 😁
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hi,
i was just wondering if i could gwt into oxford. i want to do law at uni but i don’t know if my subjects are too ‘soft’? i do history, politics and drama - any advice would be great!! thank you 🥰
If you want help with the LNAT my tutor was really good at teaching me maths and funnily enough, she went to Oxford Law.

https://www.mytutor.co.uk/students/secure/tutors/99465/

If link doesn’t work, look for Hannah W.
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If you want help with the LNAT my tutor was really good at teaching me maths and funnily enough, she went to Oxford Law.

https://www.mytutor.co.uk/students/secure/tutors/99465/

If link doesn’t work, look for Hannah W.
is this free?
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is this free?
unfortunately not
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