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Preparing for Uni After Receiving Your A-Level Results

A student celebrates his A-level results

You might be wondering how you can start preparing for uni after receiving your A-Level results.

If you are thinking about being a lawyer, getting ahead is always the right attitude, and there are a few little tips in this article that might help.

But legal essays don’t need to be the focus of your last couple of weeks before you leave home if you don’t want them to – that’s what the next few years are for.

So what are my recommendations? Below I have come up with the five things to do with your summer if you have got the A-level results you wanted.

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1.   Go Digital

Making sure you have a functioning laptop, law apps and any other technology you need before you begin will help you when preparing for uni after receiving your A-Level results.

Organising your digital life is a great starting point to help you feel ready for your law degree.

You don’t need to spend money on anything glamorous – you can set up a simple system that will improve your efficiency.


2.   Get a Date With Your Diary

Working in law, legal education, or any preparation is all about staying on top of it.

While you’ve got a bit of a breather in the summer, you can dedicate a bit of time to your future schedule and making sure you don’t miss any important dates.


3.   Get Something Extra in Your Curriculum

A personal favourite, because I honestly think I owe most of my own success to my own extra-curricular activities. This will have a formative effect on your university experience, and the people you spend it with.


4.   Read All Around it

By reading, I am not referring to compulsory materials, just something that you find interesting.

It might be a good discussion point with your new university friends or at a networking event.

Broadening your mind in this way is extremely important when preparing for uni After Receiving Your A-Level Results. And you can link this to point 5 – see below.


5.   Get Writing

Let’s face it, in anything related to law, you will have to do lots of writing.

If you have got some time (and the inclination), I would therefore really recommend trying to do a piece of writing if you can.

It doesn’t have to be very long, it certainly doesn’t have to be serious or related to law, but just any little exercise to get your brain back into writing gear is super helpful and you can make it fun too.


Good luck! You have reached an exciting stage! Now that you know where you are going, a little bit of planning will help you go far.

Give yourself something to look forward to and be ready to throw yourself in for a fulfilling and enjoyable time. Wishing you all the best!

Words: Serena Chang

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