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    (Original post by Cholesta)
    Are you a UK student as our average is 23.3. International average is 26 and that would explain things
    How'd you find the international average?? I have a 26
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    Anyone else still waiting on Nottingham?!
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    (Original post by baconwoo)
    just got rejected from durham because they considered my lnat to be too low: i got 25
    Hmm, I thought Durham stated on their website that no minimum score is required for the multiple choice part of the LNAT
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    (Original post by Al9121010)
    Hmm, I thought Durham stated on their website that no minimum score is required for the multiple choice part of the LNAT
    Wait.. I got offered a place at Durham with a score of 22. My essay was was pretty good though
    I believe Durham tend to focus more on the personal statement and work experience.


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    (Original post by Al9121010)
    Hmm, I thought Durham stated on their website that no minimum score is required for the multiple choice part of the LNAT
    I think they went through the initial pool and made decisions on the people they were really sure about and now they're trying to sort through the remaining people by narrowing and heightening criteria
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    (Original post by Bobkata)
    Wait.. I got offered a place at Durham with a score of 22. My essay was was pretty good though
    I believe Durham tend to focus more on the personal statement and work experience.


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    Do you mind sharing what you wrote for work experience? >.<
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    (Original post by Al9121010)
    Do you mind sharing what you wrote for work experience? >.<
    Well, I spent a few months visiting a barrister in my country who showed me the basics of contract law and some other areas of law as well. He took me a few times to court and gave me the chance to witness his work. I was helping him with drafting some documents and he was explaining everything he was doing in detail
    I was also an intern at a firm that protects air passangers' rights. I was writig and publishing articles and had to read aviation law in depth
    I also had some extracurricular activities like debating.
    I believe universities want to see your dedication because they know how bad everyone here wants to study law at a top place. Unfortunately, that's not enough. You need to have achived something like winning or taking part in serious competitions. This is a chance to prove yourself.

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    (Original post by CJaneH)
    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
    After visiting London again and wandering round campus having a chat with students, decision is finally made.
    Firmed LSE and Bristol is insurance.😀Can't go wrong with either.
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    (Original post by SebastianCanuck)
    How'd you find the international average?? I have a 26
    I'm Italian and I got into Durham with 26 in the LNAT. I have maximum predicted grades and the offer was of 95%
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    (Original post by Unihelp007)
    Anyone else still waiting on Nottingham?!
    Yupp!!


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    (Original post by baconwoo)
    no the actual score
    They gave you feedback in the rejection email or did you contact them separately? I didn't get any at all in my rejection email, but want to know which part of my application wasn't suitable for them.

    I'm pretty sure I saw on here somewhere that an international student with a 23/24 LNAT score get accepted on here... It baffles me that they cited that as the reason for you.

    It seems to me that they're less stringent with international students.
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    Anyone else waiting for feedback on their rejection from Bristol?


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    (Original post by Velvetgh0st)
    Anyone else waiting for feedback on their rejection from Bristol?
    Most Unis will understandably be concentrating on getting final offers at the moment - you can hardly expect your request for feedback on a rejection to be their priority......
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    (Original post by stratagems)

    It seems to me that they're less stringent with international students.
    They are not governed by any student targets and they represented serious ££. Of course Unis will treat them differently.
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    Hi, I've got offers for Law with Politics at:
    University of Manchester (AAB)
    University of Leicester (Unconditional)
    and 2 others idc about
    and Law with Legislative studies at Hull (320 UCAS pts)
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    (Original post by returnmigrant)
    Most Unis will understandably be concentrating on getting final offers at the moment - you can hardly expect your request for feedback on a rejection to be their priority......
    Is there any need to be so condescending? As their rejection email offered that they would answer queries on feedback then understandably other people have probably asked too


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    (Original post by Velvetgh0st)
    Is there any need to be so condescending? As their rejection email offered that they would answer queries on feedback then understandably other people have probably asked too


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    It may take a while (alive heard someone waiting for two weeks) but they will get back to.you, so keep on tight.

    The most common reason is, probably, "too many good applicants", which is mostly generic and is used to avoid giving elaborate feedback.

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    (Original post by jayeshp)
    has anyone got an offer from Uni of Nottingham recently for Law? seems like I've been waiting forever for what I know is going to be a rejection
    I'm still waiting and in the same boat! Why are you convinced that you're facing a rejection?
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    (Original post by Velvetgh0st)
    Anyone else waiting for feedback on their rejection from Bristol?


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    I have been rejected from Bristol also and would like some feedback, could you explain to me how you requested feedback?
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    Anyone else still waiting on an offer/rejection from UCL?
 
 
 
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