Surely that depends on your ambitions? Magic Circle, probably not. Small town solicitor, possibly.
(Original post by Agenda Suicide)
You won't find many law courses in clearing, or, not for any unis worth doing it at anyway as far as that's concerned.
OP: It really is very hard to predict in advance, because it varies wildly from year to year. Someone (carnationlilyrose?) recently compared it to a sale - a shop that had a surplus of a good one year don't buy as much of it the next year ... in much the same way as a university that had a lot of spaces in Clearing one year would probably not allocate as many spaces for that course the next year.
The best I can say is MMU and Salford have been in Clearing in the past, but that doesn't guarantee they will this year or for what courses. The grade requirements may be down a little bit, it depends on how competitive a university think their course is in Clearing.
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