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Hello,I have a choice of 5 A levels: maths, physics, English lit, history, economics.
I'm an international student and I'm trying my best to get a scholarship for law in the UK. Personally,I feel I will do best in English lit, history, economics (A*s) but I think I can do reasonably well in maths and physics (As). What A levels should I pick to maximize my chances of getting a scholarship from schools like Warwick for law?
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I know generally they don't care about specific subjects, scholarships should be the same I assume
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Just get high grades, you should be fine and then look into what they want you to put on an application
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Physics isn’t required but the other 4 alevels are really good. A*A*AA should be enough for you to get accepted into all universities even oxbridge!
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Physics isn’t required but the other 4 alevels are really good. A*A*AA should be enough for you to get accepted into all universities even oxbridge!
You don't need four A levels for law - even for Oxbridge! Three is plenty.
(Original post by aayugeo)
Hello,I have a choice of 5 A levels: maths, physics, English lit, history, economics.
I'm an international student and I'm trying my best to get a scholarship for law in the UK. Personally,I feel I will do best in English lit, history, economics (A*s) but I think I can do reasonably well in maths and physics (As). What A levels should I pick to maximize my chances of getting a scholarship from schools like Warwick for law?
See above. Pick the three A levels you're strongest in, and aim for A*A*A or higher. English, history and economics are absolutely fine for law, and if you think you'll do best in those, then proceed with that.
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You don't need four A levels for law - even for Oxbridge! Three is plenty.

See above. Pick the three A levels you're strongest in, and aim for A*A*A or higher. English, history and economics are absolutely fine for law, and if you think you'll do best in those, then proceed with that.
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Thanks for the reply 😊
You're welcome
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