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    I have met the conditional offer from University of Bristol and Queen Mary, university of London for LLM. Which one should I go for?

    I'm probs a bit bias but Bristol :P I think it depends what you want. If all are fairly well respected for the course (not sure what course it is you have offers for), then I'd say pick where you'd most like to live. I think Bristol is a nice place in terms of location because it's not too big and it seems like a student city. London on the other hand is much bigger and whilst there are a lot of students, it's over a huge area.
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