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    (Original post by Ellie_Spencer)
    Predicted= AAA
    AS Grades AACC- english lit, bio, history and chemistry
    and re-taking half of history AS to get it up to at least a B
    LNAT score of 20
    What do you think the chances are of being offered a place at Bristol or Nottingham?
    i got EED last year for my AS's and Manchester gave me an offer 2 weeks after i applied, i know someone who had an offer for Bristol with CCC also - as long as you have a good personal statement/predicted grades you have a very good chance of an offer - good luck
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    Anyone heard anything from ucl today?
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    (Original post by baconwoo)
    Anyone heard anything from ucl today?


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    Nope still waiting wbu
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    Nope still waiting wbu
    no i kinda feel relieved cause its not been a rejection yet but at the same time i keep thinking how they probably have very few spaces left and are now just cutting all the applicants who aren't good enough
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    (Original post by Satoshii)
    i got EED last year for my AS's and Manchester gave me an offer 2 weeks after i applied, i know someone who had an offer for Bristol with CCC also - as long as you have a good personal statement/predicted grades you have a very good chance of an offer - good luck
    The problem by and large isn't getting an offer (unless Oxbridge or London), but getting sufficient grades. Good luck though, let the God of Law give us our predicted grades in August.
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    Which subjects do u think is the best for the law???
    Now my option are math, Further Math, History, Biology, Chemistry and Mandarin.
    In the second year of a level that I will drop further math.

    Is that okey or I have to study English or English literature in AS???
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    (Original post by Louisevilles)
    Which subjects do u think is the best for the law???
    Now my option are math, Further Math, History, Biology, Chemistry and Mandarin.
    In the second year of a level that I will drop further math.

    Is that okey or I have to study English or English literature in AS???
    http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/undergrad...a2016/law.aspx
    "The study of Law requires a significant amount of reading, research and attention to detail, so a high level of literacy is expected and this is often evidenced by an applicant's choice of post-16 subjects. Applicants offering mostly quantitative subjects at A level should demonstrate their ability to cope with these aspects of the course through their personal statement, teacher’s reference, extra-curricular activities or performance in GCSE or equivalent qualifications. "

    I've heard of people getting into Oxford and such with quantitative subjects, but make sure that you read around the subject and you keep your essay writing skills up to scratch.
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    Are a lot of people still waiting to hear from Bristol, Birmingham, or KCL? :erm:
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    (Original post by GigiRaffaeli)
    Me too... I've got maximum predicted grades and the same LNAT result... unfortunately we are EU students...
    I got the same LNAT score, and I believe my essay was quite strong. Except I'm at a 94% average because I am an international student from Canada (hence the user haha!) Are my chances for Kings too low?
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Are a lot of people still waiting to hear from Bristol, Birmingham, or KCL? :erm:
    waiting for KCL

    Do you think i have a chance with a good PS, A*A*AA predicted, AABC at AS, yet with an LNAT score of 23? I'm international too..i have a feeling KCL places a lot of weight on that test..ugh
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Are a lot of people still waiting to hear from Bristol, Birmingham, or KCL? :erm:
    still waiting to hear from KCL, and I applied on October 5th :/
    my results aren't great though, not feeling too hopeful
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    What are my chances of getting a glasgow offer with an lnat of 23? Got 5A's at higher
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Are a lot of people still waiting to hear from Bristol, Birmingham, or KCL? :erm:
    I am an European student still waiting on Bristol, and Birmingham, but I applied late, two days before the deadline, with a 30 LNAT score, so I think it might take a while until I receive a decision.
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    (Original post by pswan2015)
    What are my chances of getting a glasgow offer with an lnat of 23? Got 5A's at higher
    I am assuming one of your 5 As is in English and that you are doing Arts or SocIal Science based Advanced Highers this year? If so, I would think you have a very strong chance of receiving an unconditional offer from Glasgow.
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Are a lot of people still waiting to hear from Bristol, Birmingham, or KCL? :erm:
    I applied on 14th October and so far, I got an offer from Bristol on 18th December, but still waiting for KCL
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    (Original post by PandyyCD97)
    I got an offer from Bristol with AAA or A*AB with a lower LNAT score...
    I got an offer from bristol doing IB, predicted 43 776 an LNAT score 28
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    (Original post by Sajabajax)
    Predicted A*A*A with an LNAT score of 24
    Predicted 43 776 (doing IB) and LNAT score 28
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    (Original post by elizacanada)
    I got the same LNAT score, and I believe my essay was quite strong. Except I'm at a 94% average because I am an international student from Canada (hence the user haha!) Are my chances for Kings too low?
    Hey fellow Canadian here! I've got the same average and LNAT as you hahaha, where about are you from?

    I think our Kings chances are pretty decent our LNAT score is pretty competitive and our marks are a solid 4% above their cutoff
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    (Original post by ArsalanBac)
    Anyone got an offer from Bristol with A*AA or above predictions and 23-26 LNAT?
    I had an offer with A*AA predictions and I only got 20 in my LNAT...
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    (Original post by L_Kai)
    I got an offer from bristol doing IB, predicted 43 776 an LNAT score 28
    I only got 21 🙈 and that puts me below the average of 23.3 :/ My predictions are A*AA
 
 
 
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