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    (Original post by IDKY)
    But then I assume they didn't complain about it either?
    Is it worth complaining?
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    Would Nottingham or kings look unfavourably upon resits of yr 13 if I do not have any exenuating circumstances? Even if I got 25+ in the LNAT
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    (Original post by qwertyuipdoe)
    Would Nottingham or kings look unfavourably upon resits of yr 13 if I do not have any exenuating circumstances? Even if I got 25+ in the LNAT
    You mean at as level? They don't worry about these as many people resit AS to bump up their A level grades.
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    (Original post by Cholesta)
    You mean at as level? They don't worry about these as many people resit AS to bump up their A level grades.
    No I meant as in resiting a2 exams without exenuating circumstances
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    (Original post by oli19919)
    Wow that's great! Im doing my gcses atm and hope/predict to get around 6-8A*s, would you say this is enough for Oxford law? Im coming towards the end of my notes now will start hardcore (the 'learning' part of revision) revision around mid-feb (first exam May 3rd). Would you say this is a good amount of time to get mostly/all A*s? What do you mean about the discussion about legal problems? Was it what was going on now (don't think they expect prior knowledge?)?


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    Yep that's definitely enough A*s, I think Oxford place more emphasis on GCSEs than Cambridge but even then GCSEs aren't the be all and end all, AS/A Levels (I don't know whats going to happen now the government has changed AS Levels) are much more important. Yep that's definitely enough time, I did about the same, but my long term memory is much better than my short term, so I found that gradually learning throughout the 2 years helped me more than cramming in March/April.

    About the interview I mean that no prior legal knowledge was required and they completely emphasised this in the interview. Rather than test legal knowledge, they gave me some legal terms and asked me to explain what I thought they meant in everyday language. Nothing in particular about current affairs was brought up by the interviewers but when asked why I wanted to study law I mentioned a current case I was interested in.
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    Has anyone heard back from Nottingham yet?


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    Hi everybody,
    getting very nervous!!
    I have one offer from Liverpool and an interview at York at the start of March which is great but i still havent heard from my other 3!!
    I have applied to Durham, Bristol and Nottingham!
    I got 24 in my LNAT
    im mostly concerned about Bristol as it seems a LOT of people have heard back from there:eek:
    Im predicted A*AA
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    (Original post by tamsinb123)
    Has anyone heard back from Nottingham yet?


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    Not yet, no
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    (Original post by LucyABr)
    Not yet, no
    Yes, beginning of Nov, two weeks after the email. Three weeks ago they still hadn't given out the bulk of their offers. So don't worry😀
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    (Original post by LucyABr)
    Hi everybody,
    getting very nervous!!
    I have one offer from Liverpool and an interview at York at the start of March which is great but i still havent heard from my other 3!!
    I have applied to Durham, Bristol and Nottingham!
    I got 24 in my LNAT
    im mostly concerned about Bristol as it seems a LOT of people have heard back from there:eek:
    Im predicted A*AA
    When did you apply?
    I applied on 14th October, predicted three A's and got 31 in the LNAT and still waiting
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    (Original post by MaeC1998)
    When did you apply?
    I applied on 14th October, predicted three A's and got 31 in the LNAT and still waiting
    I have an offer!
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    (Original post by MaeC1998)
    When did you apply?
    I applied on 14th October, predicted three A's and got 31 in the LNAT and still waiting
    i applied in December
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    (Original post by Abhishek Dhawan)
    I have an offer!

    what did you get in lnat? and what are your predicted grades, if you dont mind me asking?
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    (Original post by LucyABr)
    i applied in December
    I think most people are still waiting on Nottingham. I've only heard of a couple of people with offers from them so I wouldn't worry. Law at Nottingham is very popular so they're probably just taking a long time to sort through all the applicants and whittle them down to the ones they want because there are so many good ones!


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    (Original post by Abhishek Dhawan)
    I have an offer!
    Can I ask what you got at GCSE please


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    I'm STILL waiting for Bristol with AAA predictions and 27/42 on the LNAT - I think it's safe to say that I won't be getting an offer that was my dream uni as well - sad times.
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    (Original post by cosmicsparrow)
    I'm STILL waiting for Bristol with AAA predictions and 27/42 on the LNAT - I think it's safe to say that I won't be getting an offer that was my dream uni as well - sad times.
    i am still waiting too! i dont have much confidence in getting an offer either but dont give up hope yet you may not have an offer, but you havent got a rejection either!
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    anyone applying to bristol still waiting? if so, AS grades and LNAT score?
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    (Original post by cosmicsparrow)
    I'm STILL waiting for Bristol with AAA predictions and 27/42 on the LNAT - I think it's safe to say that I won't be getting an offer that was my dream uni as well - sad times.
    Please don't worry I dont know how much emphasis they put on gcses as mine are good but i have similar predicted grades to you and a lower lnat of 23 and I've got an offer😊
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    (Original post by cosmicsparrow)
    I'm STILL waiting for Bristol with AAA predictions and 27/42 on the LNAT - I think it's safe to say that I won't be getting an offer that was my dream uni as well - sad times.
    If you have good GCSE 's and a 27 LNAT score, hopefully you'll get that offer.
 
 
 
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