How and why did you decide which subjects to study?

I was unsure if a wanted a career based in Chemistry or in Law, so I chose two sciences (Maths/Chemistry) and two essay-based subjects (Law/English Literature) to complement either option.

Tell us about any additional College activities you’ve been involved in?

One of the most valuable opportunities for me was being able to complete an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification), which allowed me to develop research and essay-based skills that will assist me greatly at university.

What do you like most about being a student at Reigate College?

Having four hours of scheduled lessons and four hours of structured learning per subject, means there are gaps in our timetable for working independently or going into Reigate. This structure makes it feel much more like being at university rather than school.

What are your plans for the future?

I’m hoping to obtain a Bachelor of Laws degree, starting this year, then work towards a Master of Laws degree and enter legal practice, most likely as a barrister, although I’m not yet sure about what area of Law I’d like to practice in.

Lincoln, 2022

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