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Law - A Level Subjects

Hi!
So I'm in y12 and I wanted to study medicine to become a forensic Pathologist or Coroner but I quickly realized that with my A levels and GCSEs that I probably don't stand a chance so I've decided to switch to Law since I can still become a coroner that way.
These are my A levels and my average grade for them so far:
Sociology : A
Psychology : B
Biology: C
Core Maths : B - finish the exams this year
I'm about to take my end of year exams soon and I'm confident that I'll get an AABB
Most of my GCSE grades where just 6s
I am also about to start an EPQ which will probably be related to criminal law.
Does anyone know any unis that I would still have a high chance of getting into (preferably ones where LNAT isn't required) cause I've heard that some university prefer History, English Lit&Lang, Politics and Law but I don't do any of that...
Thee are NO preferred or required A level subjects for Law.
You could be doing 3 sciences, it would be fine.
Some people find taking an essay-based subject helpful for skills, but it is not essential
So, you just need to choose 3 subjects you will enjoy studying, and where you feel confident of good grades.

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Original post by McGinger
Thee are NO preferred or required A level subjects for Law.
You could be doing 3 sciences, it would be fine.
Some people find taking an essay-based subject helpful for skills, but it is not essential
So, you just need to choose 3 subjects you will enjoy studying, and where you feel confident of good grades.
Useful - Law | Prospects.ac.uk

Thank you 😊

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