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A level law or sociology?? What's better?
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A level law or sociology?? What's better?
Depends on your plans post-AL. Tell us more
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Depends on your plans post-AL. Tell us more
I'm planning to study law at uni but I'm trying to keep my options open as I'm just starting my a levels... Will not doing a level law be a disadvantage??
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I'm planning to study law at uni but I'm trying to keep my options open as I'm just starting my a levels... Will not doing a level law be a disadvantage??
Have you researched the requirements of the course? Why do you want to keep your options open, are you unsure about law?
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I'm planning to study law at uni but I'm trying to keep my options open as I'm just starting my a levels... Will not doing a level law be a disadvantage??
You dont need any specific A levels for a degree in Law - you could be doing 3 sciences, it would still be okay.
No UK Uni requires or prefers applicants to have studied Law A level.

What you do need is 3 high grades - so choose subjects that you will enjoy studying and where you feel confident of high grades.
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