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Can i study A level Media, Sociology and Religious studies and do law at university? or does it have to be all essay based subjects
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There are no specific subjects required for LLB Law - just high grades. So pick three subjects you will enjoy studying and where you fell confident of getting god grades. One essay-based subject can be useful for developing text/essay skills but it is in no way essential.
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Sociology and religious studies are decent since ethics and society is a big theme in law. Media is obviously not ideal but I think only absolutely top-tier unis would look down on it (Oxbridge) and even then it shouldn't be a deal breaker. Overall though these are three "easy" A-levels and if you're worried about strengthening your application I'd suggest swapping Media for something like Law or English. For the large majority of unis however, the three you've chosen should be fine if you get good grades.
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(Original post by mma_jd)
Sociology and religious studies are decent since ethics and society is a big theme in law. Media is obviously not ideal but I think only absolutely top-tier unis would look down on it (Oxbridge) and even then it shouldn't be a deal breaker. Overall though these are three "easy" A-levels and if you're worried about strengthening your application I'd suggest swapping Media for something like Law or English. For the large majority of unis however, the three you've chosen should be fine if you get good grades.
Please read my post above.

There are NO required subjects for Law - and Unis now have to be totally upfront and honest about entry requirements. - for all courses.
There are no secrets or 'information that only special people know'.

And Unis do not 'look down' on certain subjects or rank A levels as easy / non-easy - they are all just 'A levels' and Media is as good as any other subject for Law.
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