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    (Original post by Anuta)
    Same here. When did you apply?
    Early December, you?
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    (Original post by baconwoo)
    me too, its my last one to hear from aswell so the wait is even more annoying
    Same, it's such a pain in the ass all the other ones got back to me in such quick succession
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    QMUL vs Edinburgh? Also, is it possible to decide not to attend any of the two universities in July/August (right before it begins) although you accept it etc?
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    (Original post by IDKY)
    QMUL vs Edinburgh? Also, is it possible to decide not to attend any of the two universities in July/August (right before it begins) although you accept it etc?
    In terms of ranking and reputation Edinburgh probably has the edge, however for Law and Medicine QMUL is a great uni.

    I'd boil it down to where you'd rather live, London or Edinburgh.
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    I have offers to do Law at:

    Lancaster University
    University of East Anglia (UEA)
    Kent University
    Keel University
    Salford University
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    (Original post by GigiRaffaeli)
    Huge congrats Chloe!!!! :-)
    Thank you thank you thank you!!!!
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    anyone still waiting for kings?
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    Hello!

    To anyone who has been to Nottingham's campus and city or any current Nottingham student, can I know what is it like there? Would love to have a rough idea of the accessibility, convenience, entertainments, social interactions, and student-life in general?

    I have read that people prefer studying in London due to its bustling city and leisure areas, whereas the outskirt university is generally more low-key and dull. Is that true for Nottingham?

    If there are any current students or if you have any information on this, may I also ask how is Nottingham's curriculum, particularly law? Is it very academically-inclined and pressuring until the point that leisure activities and involvements in extracurricular recreations are unattainable?

    At the same time, I would also like to have any information on Durham University regarding the above queries. And lastly, do you prefer to study in London or outside of London, and which of Nottingham and Durham University would you choose?

    Thank you! appreciate your feedbacks!
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    (Original post by lumione)
    Hello!

    To anyone who has been to Nottingham's campus and city or any current Nottingham student, can I know what is it like there? Would love to have a rough idea of the accessibility, convenience, entertainments, social interactions, and student-life in general?

    I have read that people prefer studying in London due to its bustling city and leisure areas, whereas the outskirt university is generally more low-key and dull. Is that true for Nottingham?

    If there are any current students or if you have any information on this, may I also ask how is Nottingham's curriculum, particularly law? Is it very academically-inclined and pressuring until the point that leisure activities and involvements in extracurricular recreations are unattainable?

    At the same time, I would also like to have any information on Durham University regarding the above queries. And lastly, do you prefer to study in London or outside of London, and which of Nottingham and Durham University would you choose?

    Thank you! appreciate your feedbacks!
    Additionally, Could that someone, if possible, talk about Bristol as well?
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by IDKY)
    QMUL vs Edinburgh? Also, is it possible to decide not to attend any of the two universities in July/August (right before it begins) although you accept it etc?
    Edinburgh is ranked much higher on the QS table- 21st in the world overall.
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    (Original post by lumione)
    Hello!

    To anyone who has been to Nottingham's campus and city or any current Nottingham student, can I know what is it like there? Would love to have a rough idea of the accessibility, convenience, entertainments, social interactions, and student-life in general?

    I have read that people prefer studying in London due to its bustling city and leisure areas, whereas the outskirt university is generally more low-key and dull. Is that true for Nottingham?

    If there are any current students or if you have any information on this, may I also ask how is Nottingham's curriculum, particularly law? Is it very academically-inclined and pressuring until the point that leisure activities and involvements in extracurricular recreations are unattainable?

    At the same time, I would also like to have any information on Durham University regarding the above queries. And lastly, do you prefer to study in London or outside of London, and which of Nottingham and Durham University would you choose?

    Thank you! appreciate your feedbacks!
    Hey! I don't study at Nottingham but have applied to. I live in London and can tell you that a lot of the university's here aren't campus universities, which is one of the reasons why I wasn't interested in staying at home to study. Nottingham has three beautiful campuses, the main one being university park. It's very green with lovely buildings. I know people who attend both uni of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent university and they all say that the student life generally in the city is amazing. There's a lot to do in the city and its much cheaper than London accommodation wise. The LLB Law course at Nottingham is 84% exam over the 3 years, and 16% coursework. This would probably mean that you'd be unable to go out and enjoy life as a student as much around exam period, especially in the second year when it is weighted 100% exam. I personally haven't been to Durham so won't be much help on answering any queries about that, but I hope this helped you gain a greater understanding of Nottingham in comparison to London!
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    (Original post by fabruttledge)
    Hey! I don't study at Nottingham but have applied to. I live in London and can tell you that a lot of the university's here aren't campus universities, which is one of the reasons why I wasn't interested in staying at home to study. Nottingham has three beautiful campuses, the main one being university park. It's very green with lovely buildings. I know people who attend both uni of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent university and they all say that the student life generally in the city is amazing. There's a lot to do in the city and its much cheaper than London accommodation wise. The LLB Law course at Nottingham is 84% exam over the 3 years, and 16% coursework. This would probably mean that you'd be unable to go out and enjoy life as a student as much around exam period, especially in the second year when it is weighted 100% exam. I personally haven't been to Durham so won't be much help on answering any queries about that, but I hope this helped you gain a greater understanding of Nottingham in comparison to London!
    Hey, Would you know what Bristol is like for the LLB? In terms of the assignments, tests, tutorials, exams, number of hours one must put in, evaluation and the student life over all?
    Thanks.
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    (Original post by aayushk)
    Hey, Would you know what Bristol is like for the LLB? In terms of the assignments, tests, tutorials, exams, number of hours one must put in, evaluation and the student life over all?
    Thanks.
    I don't sorry! I'm sure you can find it all online check out websites like whatuni
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    (Original post by fabruttledge)
    I don't sorry! I'm sure you can find it all online check out websites like whatuni
    Ah that's all right. Thank you
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    has anyone heard from Durham yet?
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    (Original post by Flk10)
    Edinburgh is ranked much higher on the QS table- 21st in the world overall.
    Actually Edinburgh is 27th and QMUL is 45th for law http://www.topuniversities.com/unive...=false+search=
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    (Original post by hhh97)
    has anyone heard from Durham yet?
    No not yet! Has anyone else?
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    (Original post by SebastianCanuck)
    Actually Edinburgh is 27th and QMUL is 45th for law http://www.topuniversities.com/unive...=false+search=
    Yes, but the university as a whole is ranked 21st overall.
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    Hi! just wanted to point out that I got an offer from KCL with an LNAT score of 23, so I think it's more an appreciation of everything combined rather than a cut-off number for the LNAT

    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    This is, by all means, an amazing score, and Durham has not shown to require different scores from international students (like KCL for instance which stipulates a minimum of 25).

    Bristol doesn't seem to care much about the score to be honest, so it may not relate at all to how Durham works.

    So yeah, best of luck and be vigilant
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    (Original post by rem98)
    No not yet! Has anyone else?
    I am just waiting from Durham can't wait to fill in my first and insurance choice 😂
 
 
 
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