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    Anyone knows if UCL gives unconditional offers for law before the (international) student receives A levels?
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    Anyone applied to read Law at Sussex?
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    Anyone still waiting to hear from Bristol?
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    (Original post by Sebby123456789)
    Anyone still waiting to hear from Bristol?
    Me!
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    Me!
    It's so annoying! What are your grades? I am expecting a rejection I think
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    (Original post by Sebby123456789)
    It's so annoying! What are your grades? I am expecting a rejection I think
    Yeah me too hahaha.
    AS: AABC
    Predicted: A*AA
    LNAT: 22
    Average GCSEs
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    Finally rejected from Bristol it took them 5 months to tell me and they tried to give me an offer for social policy instead! But I got an a offer from my first choice, so not too bothered more annoyed it took them this long.
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    Finally rejected from Bristol it took them 5 months to tell me and they tried to give me an offer for social policy instead! But I got an a offer from my first choice, so not too bothered more annoyed it took them this long.
    I'm so sorry :/ Never nice getting rejected! Do you mind saying what your AS, GCSE, LNAT and predictions were? I've been waiting since October.. Where else do you have offers?
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    (Original post by cuddledumpling)
    Finally rejected from Bristol it took them 5 months to tell me and they tried to give me an offer for social policy instead! But I got an a offer from my first choice, so not too bothered more annoyed it took them this long.
    What were your GCSEs/AS/Predicted/LNAT?

    Sorry to hear that
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    (Original post by Al9121010)
    When did you apply and receive your response from Durham?
    They received my application on 18th December and got back to me with my rejection on the 26th February
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    Anyone applied to read Law at Sussex?
    I applied for Law with international relations! They offered me a place just last week
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    (Original post by EleonoraDi)
    I applied for Law with international relations! They offered me a place just last week
    Cool! I have an offer for 544 from Sussex (I'm an international student doing AP exams) for Law with a Language. I'm happy because I've already achieved 43 and I'm predicted 55443. Probably not going to make it my insurance but it depends on what Southampton and Birmingham say, likely going to firm Bristol.
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    Queen Mary or Nottingham? I don't mind the cities at all, just asking in terms of education, quality, reputation, employment..
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    (Original post by asgunsur)
    Queen Mary or Nottingham? I don't mind the cities at all, just asking in terms of education, quality, reputation, employment..
    Nottingham 100%. Its reputation among law firms is unquestionable In fact, is it the 4th best regarded law school in the country (after Oxbridge and Durham) according to a chambers student survey.
    Many people here say it is amazing in terms of quality.
    As for QM, I woulnd't say it can be compared to Nottingham, Bristol etc. It is a good law school but can't say it's top.

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    Nottingham 100%. Its reputation among law firms is unquestionable In fact, is it the 4th best regarded law school in the country (after Oxbridge and Durham) according to a chambers student survey.
    Many people here say it is amazing in terms of quality.
    As for QM, I woulnd't say it can be compared to Nottingham, Bristol etc. It is a good law school but can't say it's top.

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    I just need to be convinced, I hate the feeling of regret thank you !! I don't mind getting other people's opinions too???
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    (Original post by asgunsur)
    I just need to be convinced, I hate the feeling of regret thank you !! I don't mind getting other people's opinions too???
    LSE or Bristol for law?
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    My son got a conditional one for law, this evening.
    Congrats
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    LSE or Bristol for law?
    If the reputation of the uni and employability after graduation is more important then LSE, although Bristol is still good for both. If the uni experience as a whole is more important, then Bristol will probably offer a better 'student life'. I was debating KCL over Nottingham until recently, until someone mentioned that studying in London could potentially feel like going to work every day, due to how different London 'campuses' are to other uni's. Hope this helps
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    LSE or Bristol for law?
    I really don't know as I haven't looked at them at all. I could not apply to LSE and I had thought that my LNAT won't be enough for Bristol.
    But I have always been reading your posts and I really think you know these things, so if you don't mind can I ask you which school would you and your son prefer, Queen Mary or Nottingham ?
 
 
 
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