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I want to be a lawyer when I’m older, however I want to study maths and science as my A levels. Does that work, meaning do I have to study something about ‘law’ for my A levels to be a lawyer?

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Rahma Jeilani

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Absolutely not! Some universities might have a list of preferred subjects, so you should probably check out specific unis! On the whole universities will consider your AS grades (rather than subjects) and your LNAT score so focus on doing well on those!! Good luckkk😁😋

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