Is it possible to study law even if l did not study history and cre in high school?
I had been aspiring to become an electrochemical engineer but now l have gained intrest in law.
The subjects l took in high school are:Mathematics,English,Kiswahili,Chemistry,Biology,Physics,Geography and Agriculture.
I therefore do not know if it is possible for me to study law.Please,advice.Thank you.
#engineering #law #history
As soon as I had the chance in high school, I dropped Maths like a hot, nasty potato and made French one of my main subjects instead (at the German School, this meant that Maths wasn’t part of my final exams). When I made that choice, I was focusing purely on what would get me through Matric and Abitur (the ‘German Matric’), because quite honestly, Maths was the absolute end of me and I was more than happy to neglect it. At that point, I didn’t really think about how this might influence my future university career and my wish to study Psychology, nor was I very proactive in enquiring about it.
When the time came to apply for Psychology, I was told that the only way I’d be accepted is if I did an additional year of Maths, because my Maths mark was so bad (no surprise there…), and Psychology requires Maths for Statistics. I remember that day well, and I just said to myself – well, if that’s the case, I better look for something else to study! Funny enough, this set-back ended up being exactly what I needed…