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I'm currently interested in doing law at University and I've heard that Further Maths alongside Maths is sometimes not acceptable to some Universities ( also currently doing Chemistry). Is this true? And if so, for what universities, as I've been looking and can't find the A-Levels they accept and don't accept for the course online. Thank you.
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(Original post by Kat7892)
I'm currently interested in doing law at University and I've heard that Further Maths alongside Maths is sometimes not acceptable to some Universities ( also currently doing Chemistry). Is this true? And if so, for what universities, as I've been looking and can't find the A-Levels they accept and don't accept for the course online. Thank you.
you don't need any specific a levels to do law as it has no subject requirements. I want to do law at uni and I take bio, psychology and english literature.
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Fm is usually done as a 4th a level and may not be accepted as a third one. Same as some university don’t accept doing a language id that’s your native tongue. Just have to dig into the requirements of each One you are interested in.
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Fm is usually done as a 4th a level and may not be accepted as a third one. Same as some university don’t accept doing a language id that’s your native tongue. Just have to dig into the requirements of each One you are interested in.
Would places like Oxford or Cambridge not accept FM as a 3rd A-Level for Law then?
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You’d have to check . I googled lse + further maths and they said it’s okay for law if third subject is an essay one.
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I'm currently interested in doing law at University and I've heard that Further Maths alongside Maths is sometimes not acceptable to some Universities ( also currently doing Chemistry). Is this true? And if so, for what universities, as I've been looking and can't find the A-Levels they accept and don't accept for the course online. Thank you.
Can't you check their websites and email them if unclear? There's no reason why anyone in the real world would have an authoritative answer to such a niche question.
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