Most of the universities I have been looking at (Bristol, Warwick, Nottingham etc) all ask for AAA, some even boosting grade requirements to A*AA (damn you Nottingham).
In case I am unable able to achieve these grades, could anyone suggest any universities, that are still reputable for law, that accept AAB (not just sometimes), or perhaps even ABB. I'm really not sure how my AS's went, as I always seem to do a lot better in my exams than I do in the preceding weeks, but I cannot be sure if it'll be the case this time round.
Edit: Just to clarify, I will still be looking chiefly at universities accepting AAA, but am looking for one AAB/ABB university in case I don't do as well as expected!
Last edited by sara :D; 01-06-2012 at 16:49.
Just don't do law. Do another subject you like...English, History etc...which is less competitive and where you'll end up at a better university.
Law firms don't care about the degree you do; 50% of the intake are non law students. Many if not most law students end up not becoming lawyers anyway. Employers don't really have tiers with universities as long as it's an 'old' university - these days, pretty much anything Russell Group.
Trust me, it is better to go to a nice university with a solid reputation, with a good careers service than to end up at somewhere less well-known like Reading. Law is also a very technical and often boring degree - many people who do it do not end up liking it; very few people I knew were passionate about it.
I'll say it one more time; DON'T DO LAW if you have AAB.
Last edited by Rancorous; 01-06-2012 at 17:06.
Edinburgh is almost certainly AAA
(Original post by Ladyliesel)
Try Sheffield, Kent, Northumbria, Edinburgh, and Keele.
I agree with the above post. Don't settle for a lower ranked law degree. Go for a History/English degree at a top 20 uni
Last edited by bestofyou; 01-06-2012 at 17:08.