Hey guys, i'd just like for some feedback as to whether i should bother Applying to for Law, especially at RG universities.
I'm currently studying Marketing, Advertising, and PR Management at College, a very new course which only started being taught from the year 2015. Achieving all top grade, so there's no doubt that i'd be able to pull off an D*D*D*. I've also completed my AS year, achieving ABB in: Psychology, English Language and and Physics. I only changed after 1 year, since i felt as though AS levels wasn't my thing, and A2 workload was just so daunting.
But anyway, i do however kind of have a weak GCSE back ground. Overall i'd achieved 8:
English - A
Mathematics - C
Eng Lit - A
French - B
Physics - B
Chemistry - B
Biology - C
History - C
Plan on retaking my Math's GCSE and hopefully getting it to an B at-least.
Now the universities i've looked at applying to are:
University of Birmingham - Law
University of Sheffield - Law
University of York - Law
University of Liverpool - Marketing/Business Management
Sheffield Hallam (incase no offers from all of the above) - Marketing/Business Management
And as i'm studying a vocational, it's what i intend on applying to University with. I understand that i'd have to take the LNAT test for some of the listed Uni's above, which i have no problem with.
Anyway, my question is, what would my chances be of receiving offers, especially with my weak-ish background in GCSE.
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- 11-04-2016 01:36
- 11-04-2016 01:41
You'd not have to take the LNAT.
- 11-04-2016 01:48
- 11-04-2016 01:51
- 11-04-2016 01:54
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- 11-04-2016 01:56
All of the 5 universities u have stated won't require lnat from candidates applying for 2017 entry. Well done on ur AS grades, I'm suprised that u haven't proceeded into A2. Whilst some might disagree, I don't think the workload in A2 is a huge leap from AS. But that might be because I was sitting 4 in the 1st years as opposed to 3 now. I wouldn't worry too much about GCSE's, u have A's in the most relevant subjects. Best of luck
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- 11-04-2016 02:04