Is it possible to get a good legal education after 9 classes or is it better to enroll after 11?
My daughter wants to go to law to study after 9 classes. And I advise all the same to get a full education, and then do.
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Answered on November 26, 2017 00:01
Has she already chosen an educational institution or is it just in the plans? Perhaps she will change her mind more than once. My niece for the year changed everything in general - and she wanted to teach, and she changed her future profession.
Answered on November 26, 2017 21:56
It is possible and after 9 classes to study as a lawyer. But then who did she want to ask her life? There are professions where only a law degree is required. Did then finish their studies already at the institute.
Answered on November 26, 2017 23:29
I would try to persuade her to still do after 11 classes.For two years, there may still be plans to change and it will mature at the same time. And if she doesn’t really want to study at school now, then she will not be at another school. But you can offer her to see what specialties prepare the colleges of Perm, here is a law faculty where you can get a law degree after 11 classes. You can also ask whether, after 9 classes, you can apply for a lawyer. This is in case your daughter does not change her opinion.
Answered 3 December 2017 20:23
In my opinion it is best to go to college after ninth grade. For the first year of study in it you will pass the 10th and 11th grade, then you will get a profession. Then you will enter the university immediately for 2 or 3 course. You can enroll for the day, but it is better to go to the evening, so you can work during the day by profession, and study in the evening. So you will have experience and diploma.
Answered on March 3, 14:34
From a professional point of view, it does not really matter what class to act after, but in terms of psychology, parents need to determine for themselves, because children develop differently.We personally, the son after the eleventh grade, we plan to send to study, he finishes just this year, we also want him to undergo training for the Unified State Examination, just in case for safety net.
Answered 3 April 20:10
This must be solved independently by each child, he is already an adult and can make such decisions.