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    (Original post by beewilde)
    What offers have Warwick been giving out?
    I got one for law and business studies in Nov 2 weeks after applying!
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    (Original post by anitatoz)
    Just got a rejection from UCL due to my LNAT essay as expected because it was just 300~400 words, though I got an offer from Birmingham so I'm not too sure how bad it was exactly

    Does anyone know how much weightage UCL, KCL, Durham and Birmingham put on the LNAT? And how long were your essays?

    What are your predicted grades and gcse's? I also have offers from warwick/QMUL/Bristol but waiting for KCL and LSE. Applied on 5th nov and sat LNAT 19th October
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    (Original post by anitatoz)
    Just got a rejection from UCL due to my LNAT essay as expected because it was just 300~400 words, though I got an offer from Birmingham so I'm not too sure how bad it was exactly

    Does anyone know how much weightage UCL, KCL, Durham and Birmingham put on the LNAT? And how long were your essays?
    When did you apply and took your LNAT?
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    (Original post by Katbo)
    This is really quite obscene. In essence you're saying that foreign law lecturers are useless. I'd like to let you know that I was born in Europe but moved to UK at a young age and although my dad has an accent, he is by far the smartest man I know. He is a professor of Law and several of his also extremely intelligent colleagues are foreign but doesn't that simply highlight the fact that they've worked twice as hard despite a language barrier than their English as first-language speaking counterparts. They certainly would not have been hired if they were not better than the other candidates.
    Just because someone has an accent, it does not mean they have 'difficulty speaking English'. Furthermore, I'd rather have a professor who is making amazing points in an accent, than a professor whose points are mediocre and are in English.
    You're also saying that European all lecturers will be 'deported' as such which is just not true. Many, like my father, have a British citizenship so please do not assume that 'all these foreign law lecturers teaching in UK unis now will have to return back to their home countries.'
    I am really quite shocked at the way you have expressed yourself. If you had articulated your opinions more sensitively and less judgmentally, I might not have been so angry to respond to your sweeping statements.
    clearly you have a paragraphing issue so i shall number my points for your easy reference.
    1) I did not say foreign lecturers were useless. You did.

    2) Your father is the smartest man you know? That's nice. If you get into KCL, send my regards to Professor Vernon Bogdanor

    3) You say that your father is the smartest man you know and that he is a Professor of Law? Nice. Which uni is he at? can you ask Papa if the British monarchy ever gets itself involved in the law making process or if they have ever intervened in the government's affairs? I'm very keen to know his answer to this question.

    4) you say that if they were not intelligent, they would not have been hired? the hiring process at UK unis is just one of the many scandals waiting to hit the ceiling fan in time to come. you see, if the recruiting officer for a particular University is from Country X, he will only shortlist Candidates from Country X and therefore the person to fill up the vacant teaching position will eventually be from Country X. it's a very biased recruiting process.

    and please don't lecture me about gaining british citizenship. nowadays any tom, **** and harry can become a british citizen. my friend from China has never stepped into UK before but he has british citizenship because his father has invested millions of pounds in properties in UK. the british passport and british citizenship is nothing more than the banana notes used during the Japanese Occupation during WW2. It is worthless and meaningless.

    5) I did not say that the European lecturers will be deported. Once UK pulls out of EU, UK will operate under a work permit system. So if you are an EU citizen working in UK, you will need to return back home and apply for a work permit. But of course you will need to compete with other suitable candidates from the Commonwealth countries who breath and live the English Common law.

    of course this doesn't apply to those EU citizens who have already gotten british citizenships. I don't see why you would suggest that I suggested that in the first place. That's pretty logical isn't it? Lets move along.

    6) You say that you are really quite shocked at the way I have expressed myself and that If I had articulated my opinions more sensitively and less judgmentally, you might not have been so angry to respond to my sweeping statements?

    listen very carefully. I'm German and political correctness was what got many, many people on this forum banned for merely questioning the policy decisions linked to immigration/migration such as the one made by my Chancellor to allow all these migrants into my country
    a) without checking if they are holding genuine passports
    b) without checking if they have links to terrorist groups
    c) without checking if they have criminal records in their home countries
    d) without checking if they have HIV/AIDS


    Now many of these migrants have turned Europe upside down. I hope all of you reading my post, bears this in mind. A country's sovereignty, security and safety of its citizens is so so important. With Merkel's blunder, we have become a carbon copy of UK & the rest of EU and their set of problems.

    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    Firstly, I don't think I said I'm gonna fix all of Greece's problems. I did say I want to get back and contribute, and thanks for your wishes, but I doubt I can do much more.Secondly, I doubt that matters much in terms of programme quality. The fact that someone speaks more clearly or that they make good jokes doesn't mean they are necessarily better than someone who doesn't.Where did you find all the recordings though?
    nah. i remember you alright. you did say you would return back to your home country Greece and fix your country given the mess she is in. but honestly I think I know you. I think you'll just stay in UK, probably marry a British girl for the British citizenship and live happily ever after. Just be honest. It's ok. We understand your reasons if you ever did that.

    where did I find the recordings? how many times do I need to repeat myself? I stated very clearly that I have friends in those unis and they have kindly emailed me video and audio recordings of their lecturers. So what does this prove? You and the rest here keep harping about reputation and rankings. I am focusing on level of teaching quality. Tell me. Which of the two is important? Obviously teaching quality cos if you don't understand what the lecturer is saying or if you have a very boring lecturer, you will probably end up getting low marks for exams because you just hate the subject and you won't revise for it because you have a lousy lecturer.

    please stop humiliating yourself. time and time again you put out silly statements in your posts. at times you get away with it but i'm afraid this time I can't let you off the hook so easily. Before you edited your post (which you always do whenever you know you are gonna get caught out), you said that LSE was the best for teaching. ok cool. Have you ever crashed an LSE lecture? have you ever listened to an audio/video recording of an LSE lecture? even if you did, in order to make some basis of comparison, you should have attended or listened to audio/video recordings of law lecturers from Kings, UCL, Queen Mary and SOAS. how then were you able to deduce that LSE is the best for teaching :eek:

    It's so sad to see a grown male like you who appears somewhat intelligent to make such silly assertions like this. so whats with you anyways? you declined all your offers and reapplied to LSE or you went to another uni instead cos you did not want to take a risk of wasting another year? whats the story now? and please don't change your tune again and again and again and again.

    just to reiterate, I have listened to all the video recordings of law lectures from Kings, UCL, LSE, Queen Mary and SOAS. Kings was by far the best in terms of accent, lecture delivery, lecturer's ability to engage with the students from time to time, timely breaks and much more.
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    (Original post by Audrey18)
    nah. i remember you alright. you did say you would return back to your home country Greece and fix your country given the mess she is in. but honestly I think I know you. I think you'll just stay in UK, probably marry a British girl for the British citizenship and live happily ever after. Just be honest. It's ok. We understand your reasons if you ever did that.

    where did I find the recordings? how many times do I need to repeat myself? I stated very clearly that I have friends in those unis and they have kindly emailed me video and audio recordings of their lecturers. So what does this prove? You and the rest here keep harping about reputation and rankings. I am focusing on level of teaching quality. Tell me. Which of the two is important? Obviously teaching quality cos if you don't understand what the lecturer is saying or if you have a very boring lecturer, you will probably end up getting low marks for exams because you just hate the subject and you won't revise for it because you have a lousy lecturer.

    please stop humiliating yourself. time and time again you put out silly statements in your posts. at times you get away with it but i'm afraid this time I can't let you off the hook so easily. Before you edited your post (which you always do whenever you know you are gonna get caught out), you said that LSE was the best for teaching. ok cool. Have you ever crashed an LSE lecture? have you ever listened to an audio/video recording of an LSE lecture? even if you did, in order to make some basis of comparison, you should have attended or listened to audio/video recordings of law lecturers from Kings, UCL, Queen Mary and SOAS. how then were you able to deduce that LSE is the best for teaching :eek:

    It's so sad to see a grown male like you who appears somewhat intelligent to make such silly assertions like this. so whats with you anyways? you declined all your offers and reapplied to LSE or you went to another uni instead cos you did not want to take a risk of wasting another year? whats the story now? and please don't change your tune again and again and again and again.

    just to reiterate, I have listened to all the video recordings of law lectures from Kings, UCL, LSE, Queen Mary and SOAS. Kings was by far the best in terms of accent, lecture delivery, lecturer's ability to engage with the students from time to time, timely breaks and much more.
    Okay... First of all, I did not say that, at all. You simply interpreted it that way so you have something to repeat each and every time (and with different accounts each time). It has become quite annoying now, so you may as well stop. Also, I do not in fact intend to marry a girl in the UK, so cut me some silliness and stop being so idiotic with your remarks.

    Secondly, it is obvious, as it always has been, that you're an immature little girl that hasn't even been to university. Don't act like you know your crap when you evidently don't. You have been arguing with people over mistaken matters from the very first time you used TSR, and that was of course arguing just for the sake it.

    So full of crap. You know, I have friends at those universities too. Saying that KCL is better than LSE and UCL because the lecturers have better pronunciations is the epitomy of ignorance and immaturity. The way someone pronounces words does not signify their intelligence or their ability to teach. I'm not surprised you think so considering you have no idea of what University is like.

    If I'm talking silly, you're talking BS. Don't try to excuse yourself with petty arguments. I did not say that LSE has better teaching - I said LSE is better overall. Teaching is only part of a long chain. And that said, anecdotal evidence of yours is hardly reliable anyway. Why should I or anyone else trust your evident bias? It's obvious you want to go to KCL (yes, your other posts make that clear as well), and you can't protect your judgment from your excitement. Not a virtue of a good law student may I say.

    Erm, what? I don't have a clue about what you're talking about... :confused:

    Just to reiterate: Considering how immature and over-the-top you sound, I'm going to stick with my own opinion. Next time, maybe attempt to judge a person's arguments instead of assailing that person with your ad-hominems. You may be immature but some things gotta be told. Also, as above, stop being such a UKIP fangirl... Seriously.

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    (Original post by Audrey18)
    clearly you have a paragraphing issue so i shall number my points for your easy reference.
    1) I did not say foreign lecturers were useless. You did.

    2) Your father is the smartest man you know? That's nice. If you get into KCL, send my regards to Professor Vernon Bogdanor

    3) You say that your father is the smartest man you know and that he is a Professor of Law? Nice. Which uni is he at? can you ask Papa if the British monarchy ever gets itself involved in the law making process or if they have ever intervened in the government's affairs? I'm very keen to know his answer to this question.

    4) you say that if they were not intelligent, they would not have been hired? the hiring process at UK unis is just one of the many scandals waiting to hit the ceiling fan in time to come. you see, if the recruiting officer for a particular University is from Country X, he will only shortlist Candidates from Country X and therefore the person to fill up the vacant teaching position will eventually be from Country X. it's a very biased recruiting process.

    and please don't lecture me about gaining british citizenship. nowadays any tom, **** and harry can become a british citizen. my friend from China has never stepped into UK before but he has british citizenship because his father has invested millions of pounds in properties in UK. the british passport and british citizenship is nothing more than the banana notes used during the Japanese Occupation during WW2. It is worthless and meaningless.

    5) I did not say that the European lecturers will be deported. Once UK pulls out of EU, UK will operate under a work permit system. So if you are an EU citizen working in UK, you will need to return back home and apply for a work permit. But of course you will need to compete with other suitable candidates from the Commonwealth countries who breath and live the English Common law.

    of course this doesn't apply to those EU citizens who have already gotten british citizenships. I don't see why you would suggest that I suggested that in the first place. That's pretty logical isn't it? Lets move along.

    6) You say that you are really quite shocked at the way I have expressed myself and that If I had articulated my opinions more sensitively and less judgmentally, you might not have been so angry to respond to my sweeping statements?

    listen very carefully. I'm German and political correctness was what got many, many people on this forum banned for merely questioning the policy decisions linked to immigration/migration such as the one made by my Chancellor to allow all these migrants into my country
    a) without checking if they are holding genuine passports
    b) without checking if they have links to terrorist groups
    c) without checking if they have criminal records in their home countries
    d) without checking if they have HIV/AIDS


    Now many of these migrants have turned Europe upside down. I hope all of you reading my post, bears this in mind. A country's sovereignty, security and safety of its citizens is so so important. With Merkel's blunder, we have become a carbon copy of UK & the rest of EU and their set of problems.



    nah. i remember you alright. you did say you would return back to your home country Greece and fix your country given the mess she is in. but honestly I think I know you. I think you'll just stay in UK, probably marry a British girl for the British citizenship and live happily ever after. Just be honest. It's ok. We understand your reasons if you ever did that.

    where did I find the recordings? how many times do I need to repeat myself? I stated very clearly that I have friends in those unis and they have kindly emailed me video and audio recordings of their lecturers. So what does this prove? You and the rest here keep harping about reputation and rankings. I am focusing on level of teaching quality. Tell me. Which of the two is important? Obviously teaching quality cos if you don't understand what the lecturer is saying or if you have a very boring lecturer, you will probably end up getting low marks for exams because you just hate the subject and you won't revise for it because you have a lousy lecturer.

    please stop humiliating yourself. time and time again you put out silly statements in your posts. at times you get away with it but i'm afraid this time I can't let you off the hook so easily. Before you edited your post (which you always do whenever you know you are gonna get caught out), you said that LSE was the best for teaching. ok cool. Have you ever crashed an LSE lecture? have you ever listened to an audio/video recording of an LSE lecture? even if you did, in order to make some basis of comparison, you should have attended or listened to audio/video recordings of law lecturers from Kings, UCL, Queen Mary and SOAS. how then were you able to deduce that LSE is the best for teaching :eek:

    It's so sad to see a grown male like you who appears somewhat intelligent to make such silly assertions like this. so whats with you anyways? you declined all your offers and reapplied to LSE or you went to another uni instead cos you did not want to take a risk of wasting another year? whats the story now? and please don't change your tune again and again and again and again.

    just to reiterate, I have listened to all the video recordings of law lectures from Kings, UCL, LSE, Queen Mary and SOAS. Kings was by far the best in terms of accent, lecture delivery, lecturer's ability to engage with the students from time to time, timely breaks and much more.
    Okay, let me apologise for my unclear paragraphing. In response, I shall also number my points.

    1) Yes, my father is the smartest person I know. This is subjective, and of course I'm not referring to him as the smartest person in the world, just the smartest I know. If you would like to know more about him here's his Wikipedia page or feel free to message me, I can tell you more if you are interested. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jiří_Přibáň

    2) I asked what he thought in response to your 3rd point over lunch and he said: "NO to the first question and NO to the second one if she/he means 'intervening in executive power'."

    3) Please don't say any Tom, ****, or Harry can acquire British citizenship because it does mean that they have had to study general knowledge of Britain, and I'm sure that some questions would not be answered confidently even by British born citizens without looking it up.

    I don't really want to argue with you any more because some people are just arrogant and cannot be helped.

    So I am signing off and returning the 'Law Offers for 2016' thread back to its purpose!
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    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    Okay... First of all, I did not say that, at all. You simply interpreted it that way so you have something to repeat each and every time (and with different accounts each time). It has become quite annoying now, so you may as well stop. Also, I do not in fact intend to marry a girl in the UK, so cut me some silliness and stop being so idiotic with your remarks.

    Secondly, it is obvious, as it always has been, that you're an immature little girl that hasn't even been to university. Don't act like you know your crap when you evidently don't. You have been arguing with people over mistaken matters from the very first time you used TSR, and that was of course arguing just for the sake it.

    So full of crap. You know, I have friends at those universities too. Saying that KCL is better than LSE and UCL because the lecturers have better pronunciations is the epitomy of ignorance and immaturity. The way someone pronounces words does not signify their intelligence or their ability to teach. I'm not surprised you think so considering you have no idea of what University is like.

    If I'm talking silly, you're talking BS. Don't try to excuse yourself with petty arguments. I did not say that LSE has better teaching - I said LSE is better overall. Teaching is only part of a long chain. And that said, anecdotal evidence of yours is hardly reliable anyway. Why should I or anyone else trust your evident bias? It's obvious you want to go to KCL (yes, your other posts make that clear as well), and you can't protect your judgment from your excitement. Not a virtue of a good law student may I say.

    Erm, what? I don't have a clue about what you're talking about... :confused:

    Just to reiterate: Considering how immature and over-the-top you sound, I'm going to stick with my own opinion. Next time, maybe attempt to judge a person's arguments instead of assailing that person with your ad-hominems. You may be immature but something's gotta be told. Also, as above, stop being such a UKIP fangirl... Seriously.

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    1) I don't understand what you mean. I'm German and a long time lurker on this forum. I recognize you from your chubby cheeks. I wish I would pinch them

    2) You should be proud to be Greek. It was the country that invented democracy. Yes yes. Greek is bankrupt but you should be proud to be Greek. Don't let anyone here make you feel small about being Greek. In the past, you also mentioned that you were going to go back to Greece and rectify your country's financial situation in the near future. I applaud you and I want you to know that I will be here to remind you periodically of your ambition. You don't have to thank me. I like the fact that you're patriotic and I just don't want you to forget the commitment that you made.

    3) Ok so what happened? Did you end up at LSE or was it Birmingham? You've changed your storyline so many times now I don't know which is what now. Could you please clarify once and for all?

    4) FYI, I did not apply to Kings. I applied to york, birbeck, sussex, bath and sunderland.

    5) How can you say that LSE has better teaching overall when you haven't heard or seen the audio/video law lectures from UCL, Queen Mary, SOAS and Kings? I have and Kings lectures were by far the best because of the better spoken English, the depth in lecture content, the wonderful usage of the English language, the lecturers' ability to sustain my attention span and so much more.

    I don't care what you or one or two other fellow european students have to say regarding my point on lecturers with low English proficiency, low depth in lecture content, inability to use a wider vocabulary, inability to motivate my interest in the dry subjects such as constitutional and administrative law and so much more.

    There are thousands of international students who apply to UK unis every year and many of them are on this forum. Most of them have double or triple A*s at A-levels or 40 to 45 points in the International Baccalaureate. they too like me, think on the same wavelength.

    unlike you and your clique, we are not interested in law rankings and reputation. we are more interested in the level of teaching quality.

    6) Are you so hung-up on Kings because they rejected you all those years ago?

    (Original post by Katbo)
    Okay, let me apologise for my unclear paragraphing. In response, I shall also number my points.

    1) Yes, my father is the smartest person I know. This is subjective, and of course I'm not referring to him as the smartest person in the world, just the smartest I know. If you would like to know more about him here's his Wikipedia page or feel free to message me, I can tell you more if you are interested. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jiří_Přibáň

    2) I asked what he thought in response to your 3rd point over lunch and he said: "NO to the first question and NO to the second one if she/he means 'intervening in executive power'."

    3) Please don't say any Tom, ****, or Harry can acquire British citizenship because it does mean that they have had to study general knowledge of Britain, and I'm sure that some questions would not be answered confidently even by British born citizens without looking it up.

    I don't really want to argue with you any more because some people are just arrogant and cannot be helped.

    So I am signing off and returning the 'Law Offers for 2016' thread back to its purpose!
    1) Your replies to point 1 and 3 are superfluous. I knew it as soon as I read your replies in your previous post to me. Anyways, you are clearly in the dark on many matters so I shall leave you to your own devices within that protected bubble of yours. It is not my duty to educate you.

    2) On point number two, your father is wrong. The British monarchy has always been involved in government affairs for centuries. Don't bother replying to me. Whatever you say henceforth must be factually incorrect, just like what your father told you over lunch. Thank goodness I did not apply to Cardiff Law school. And now, I do not have the mood for my lunch

    I shall cease further participation on this thread. To see aspiring law students post replies unbecoming of quality law students, has given me headaches. I must rest now.
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    I thought I didn't want to study in London but going by how nervous I am waiting for KCL and UCL to get back to me, I might be warming up to the idea...
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    (Original post by Audrey18)
    1) I don't understand what you mean. I'm German and a long time lurker on this forum. I recognize you from your chubby cheeks. I wish I would pinch them

    2) You should be proud to be Greek. It was the country that invented democracy. Yes yes. Greek is bankrupt but you should be proud to be Greek. Don't let anyone here make you feel small about being Greek. In the past, you also mentioned that you were going to go back to Greece and rectify your country's financial situation in the near future. I applaud you and I want you to know that I will be here to remind you periodically of your ambition. You don't have to thank me. I like the fact that you're patriotic and I just don't want you to forget the commitment that you made.

    3) Ok so what happened? Did you end up at LSE or was it Birmingham? You've changed your storyline so many times now I don't know which is what now. Could you please clarify once and for all?

    4) FYI, I did not apply to Kings. I applied to york, birbeck, sussex, bath and sunderland.

    5) How can you say that LSE has better teaching overall when you haven't heard or seen the audio/video law lectures from UCL, Queen Mary, SOAS and Kings? I have and Kings lectures were by far the best because of the better spoken English, the depth in lecture content, the wonderful usage of the English language, the lecturers' ability to sustain my attention span and so much more.

    I don't care what you or one or two other fellow european students have to say regarding my point on lecturers with low English proficiency, low depth in lecture content, inability to use a wider vocabulary, inability to motivate my interest in the dry subjects such as constitutional and administrative law and so much more.

    There are thousands of international students who apply to UK unis every year and many of them are on this forum. Most of them have double or triple A*s at A-levels or 40 to 45 points in the International Baccalaureate. they too like me, think on the same wavelength.

    unlike you and your clique, we are not interested in law rankings and reputation. we are more interested in the level of teaching quality.

    6) Are you so hung-up on Kings because they rejected you all those years ago?
    1. You have had several accounts in the past, as the same thing you've told me (along with the stuff about Greece) came from a girl who would always argue in the law threads with others. So, yes, you do know what I'm talking about.

    2. This is seriously weird. Firstly, I am proud to be Greek, just like everyone is proud of their country. Where did I say the opposite? Secondly, I never said I'd like to rectify the situation. What am I? A king? All I said was that I wanted to return.

    3. Birmingham... what? :O I had firmed LSE, insured Bristol, and turned down KCL and Durham. Simple.

    4. Strange, considering Bath doesn't do law... rofl.

    5. Whatever... all that is anecdotal evidence - nothing more, nothing less. You may believe whatever you want

    So, you're telling me that you got 40-45/3A*/A*A*A and you applied to Sussex and Sunderland? How obvious that you're lying... just how obvious.

    And, FYI, I got the equivalent of A*A*AB (A*A*B in A-Levels), so surely I can't be that much below your "wavelength"... lol. Your lies are so easy to manipulate at this point.

    6. Read point 3. King's offer was almost unconditional for me. Don't get me wrong, it's a great university for law, but the best? Nah.
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    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    1. You have had several accounts in the past, as the same thing you've told me (along with the stuff about Greece) came from a girl who would always argue in the law threads with others. So, yes, you do know what I'm talking about.

    2. This is seriously weird. Firstly, I am proud to be Greek, just like everyone is proud of their country. Where did I say the opposite? Secondly, I never said I'd like to rectify the situation. What am I? A king? All I said was that I wanted to return.

    3. Birmingham... what? :O I had firmed LSE, insured Bristol, and turned down KCL and Durham. Simple.

    4. Strange, considering Bath doesn't do law... rofl.

    5. Whatever... all that is anecdotal evidence - nothing more, nothing less. You may believe whatever you want

    So, you're telling me that you got 40-45/3A*/A*A*A and you applied to Sussex and Sunderland? How obvious that you're lying... just how obvious.

    And, FYI, I got the equivalent of A*A*AB (A*A*B in A-Levels), so surely I can't be that much below your "wavelength"... lol. Your lies are so easy to manipulate at this point.

    6. Read point 3. King's offer was almost unconditional for me. Don't get me wrong, it's a great university for law, but the best? Nah.
    Well said, Stefan😀
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    (Original post by vblue77)
    Just got my final offer from Bristol a few days ago!
    Altogether I have(all conditionals)
    QMUL (A*AA)
    KCL (A*AA)
    Bristol (AAA/A*AB)
    Manchester (AAA)
    Newcastle (AAA)
    Have no idea which ones to firm or insure atm though, fml
    congrats! when did you apply? applied for PPL at king's on november 4th and have heard nothing since?

    thank you
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    Anyone with an offer from SOAS for LLB Law? (I have a conditional offer requiring AAA)
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    I thought I didn't want to study in London but going by how nervous I am waiting for KCL and UCL to get back to me, I might be warming up to the idea...
    How did you find the LNAT?
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    does anyone here have offers from LSE for law?? applied on the 4th november, received an email on the 9th telling me it would take approx. 2 weeks for them to review my credentials and update me on the status of my application, but have heard nothing since? what does this mean? starting to worry now lol
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    (Original post by mitchriding)
    does anyone here have offers from LSE for law?? applied on the 4th november, received an email on the 9th telling me it would take approx. 2 weeks for them to review my credentials and update me on the status of my application, but have heard nothing since? what does this mean? starting to worry now lol
    I applied on the 5th of November and have received like 3 mails the last of which is the 8 week mail ( which expires next week). What are your predicted grades? Also for lse the longer they have you app the better it is so good luck!
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    (Original post by Hopeful---)
    Bit late but yeah, ask whatever. Still a bit confused on whether to firm it, but probably!
    Firstly, well done!

    Secondly, which books did you read and mention on your personal statement?

    Thirdly, what questions were you asked at interview?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by Coreling)
    Ask away!
    Hi, well done!

    Which college did you get into?

    Which books did you read and mention?

    What were you asked at interview?

    Any tips?

    Thanks
 
 
 
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