Do you need Law A level to study Law at university?

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No. Some students find A-level law useful at least in helping them to decide if they like the subject, and to familiarise themselves with some concepts before starting the degree.

But the best advice is to choose subjects in which you are interested for their own sake, whether that happens to apply to A-level law or not. Your motivation for these subjects is likely to produce a good result.

Law admissions tutors are more concerned with your actual results than with which subjects you have chosen, although some universities won’t accept general studies or less academic, more practical subjects such as art.

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