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    (Original post by Mon :))
    Im so jealous 😂 im doing Scottish advanced highers though so they may be weighted differently
    Haha I've heard Scottish AH are actually harder in some respects 😅Exeter probably felt bad for me because I got pretty bad AS levels and they probably thought I wouldn't be capable of getting AAA. 😂😣😂
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    scottish advanced highers are sooo bad
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    (Original post by kateaustins)
    Mateeeee we doing the same course

    I got the same for Exeter, interview at Worcester College Oxford (what a bloody waste of time), AAA Nottingham, unconditional Birmingham and a scholarship off at KCL.


    Big congrats to you, especially your unconditional and Oxford interview!
    Aww thank you so much 😘 and congratulations to you too obviously
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    Do you guys have any idea when Durham and UCL will get back to us? Have you seen recent years when they start giving out offers/rejections? (sent off my application on 18th November and sat the LNAT on 25th same month). Thank you
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    (Original post by Bobkata)
    Do you guys have any idea when Durham and UCL will get back to us? Have you seen recent years when they start giving out offers/rejections? (sent off my application on 18th November and sat the LNAT on 25th same month). Thank you
    I heard back from Durham a few days before Christmas and I applied back in September so you may have a long wait, sorry!
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    Has anyone got an offer from KCL for law? If so, could you please tell me your grades, and how your LNAT went? (I'm sitting mine this Thursday and am pretty nervous)
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    Anyone know when Unis will reopen and start giving out offers/rejections this year? 😅
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    (Original post by cosmicsparrow)
    Anyone know when Unis will reopen and start giving out offers/rejections this year? 😅
    Monday the 4th of Jan
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    (Original post by cosmicsparrow)
    Anyone know when Unis will reopen and start giving out offers/rejections this year? 😅
    Most are the 4th but Bristol emailed to say the 5th if you've applied there
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    (Original post by fckinfightme)
    i've applied to KCL, Nottingham, York, Bristol and SOAS in early November. I've had offers from the first two and am still waiting for the other three
    Hi!

    Nice to hear you applied to SOAS. When in November did you apply? We try to get offers out within 6 weeks. Come chat with me on our 2016 SOAS Application Thread and I'll see if there's any problems or why there's any hold ups in the process.

    ~Mike
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    I applied for the M100 at Nottingham and have received an offer of A*AA for the BA. The LLB and the BA have the same course codes, at the time I assumed I had applied specifically for the LLB. What is the main difference between the two and what should/can I do??
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    (Original post by fckinfightme)
    I applied for the M100 at Nottingham and have received an offer of A*AA for the BA. The LLB and the BA have the same course codes, at the time I assumed I had applied specifically for the LLB. What is the main difference between the two and what should/can I do??
    BA has more optional modules but nevertheless both LLB and BA at Notts are qualifying.
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    (Original post by 0123456543210)
    BA has more optional modules but nevertheless both LLB and BA at Notts are qualifying.
    Thank you!!
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    (Original post by fckinfightme)
    Thank you!!
    You are welcome.
    btw the optional modules in Ba course can be unrelated to your degree as long as the module is taught in a school of social sciences, so you can pick modules from politics, economics etc. and because you will do 7 compulsory topics you will be awarded with a qualifying law degree.
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    I've applied to Sheffield, Keele, Leicester , Brunel and Manchester Met.
    Only got an offer from Sheffield yet but hoping to get all 5 .
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    I applied on Nov 5th and nothing yet. Did my LNAT on 17th Oct. I have 38 IB points (45) which is like A*AA I think.


    (Original post by Ruby17)
    Has anyone got an offer from KCL for law? If so, could you please tell me your grades, and how your LNAT went? (I'm sitting mine this Thursday and am pretty nervous)
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    Anyone heard from Nottingham yet??


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    (Original post by Abhishek Dhawan)
    I applied on Nov 5th and nothing yet. Did my LNAT on 17th Oct. I have 38 IB points (45) which is like A*AA I think.
    How do you know 38 equals to A*AA? How much would then a 41 be?
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    [QUOTE=aubergine7;61774127]Anyone heard from Nottingham yet??

    My son got an offer for law, the second week in November. Still waiting for LSE and UCL. He had an early offer for LSE last year and he marginally missed his offer. Unfortunately, even with extenuating circumstances, that they agreed were terrible, they still wouldn't take him. UCL have waived their no resit policy for him. Nottingham is an excellent university and their law school is highly regarded. I hope you hear soon. Do you mind me asking what grades you have at GCSE?
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    (Original post by aubergine7)
    Anyone heard from Nottingham yet??


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    Got my offer on 15th dec — exactly six weeks after they received my application
 
 
 
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