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i only study maths english bio chem and physics gcse but i want to get into law what a levels do i take
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Hello!

There are no required A levels you need to take for law, although essay-based ones are useful, and preferred by some. Subjects such as English and history are said to be good subjects to take, but there's really no harm in choosing other subjects too, such as more science-based ones.

When I was in year 11, I wanted to study law at university, and my A level options are biology, law (which is by no means required, however is a good subject to help you confirm you definitely want to do law), and psychology
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i only study maths english bio chem and physics gcse but i want to get into law what a levels do i take
Hi jsssst,

Generally with Law there is no specified A Level criteria, just specific grades. You don't have to take Law itself either. However, you may want to take English and History or politics as they will give you a good overview of the subject/topics you may encounter at university.

Hope this helps!

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