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    (Original post by alexandra48)
    Well done with your offer!☺️when did you sit your LNAT/send your application?


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    thanks so much xx sat my lnat last week and sent off my application mid october x
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    (Original post by kirstensiena)
    thanks so much xx sat my lnat last week and sent off my application mid october x
    That's quite similar to me! Are you from Scotland?


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    (Original post by crocface)
    Fantastic. I checked UCAS but no surprize for me yet.
    What time did it arrive do you get a mail from them or UCAS first ?

    I hope to join you in the winner´s club soon. Well done!
    Im definitely hoping and praying your surprise will come fast too! I had basic AS grades: ABBC
    So I'm surprised they gave me an offer

    It came as a UCAS email. It arrived at an odd hour..like at 11pm. But I live in Kenya so time zone is different
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    Received my Durham offer last night! 🎉🎉 Over the moon as it's my first choice. Now just need to get the grades...


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    (Original post by seeunexttuesday)
    http://astore.amazon.co.uk/mcbridesguide-21 This website has a series of books recommended by Nicholas McBride (director of studies for law at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge). All the ones I've read so far have been interesting/insightful and would probably stand you in good stead. If you've not read his book Letters to a Law Student I would recommend that first though only half will be useful to you pre-university.
    That book is highly overrated, a waste of money and the contents are not worth the paper its written on. McBride should just rename the book 'Letters to a Cambridge Law Student' instead. Cambridge operates under a collegiate system where you have one lecturer babysitting the same 7 students for that entire academic year. So there is no way in hell that the 7 students will perform miserably in exams. If you bear this in mind and re-read the book, you can see that the intention behind the book was to guide Cambridge students or students from any other institution that practices the collegiate system.

    If it were up to me, law students should read books on administrative, constitutional, public or the English Legal System. These are very heavily content based subjects and a little head-start now will hold you in good stead.
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    In my opinion, 'The Law Machine' is an amazing book. It is divided into chapters and each chapter tells you about the English legal system, the lawyers, the judges etc... I highly recommend it!

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    'What About Law?' by Graham Virgo et al is really good
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    Are people still getting rejected from ucl?
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    (Original post by baconwoo)
    Are people still getting rejected from ucl?
    There were lots of offers and rejections yesterday. I am still waiting since November...

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    (Original post by Bobkata)
    In my opinion, 'The Law Machine' is an amazing book. It is divided into chapters and each chapter tells you about the English legal system, the lawyers, the judges etc... I highly recommend it!

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    I've read this! It's so useful and easy to understand
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    (Original post by Bobkata)
    There were lots of offers and rejections yesterday. I am still waiting since November...

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    I've been waiting since October. Though an administrative error meant they only got my LNAT in mid-Jan so I assume I'm in for the long-haul with them now. Good luck!
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    Anyone heard from KCL recently?
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Anyone heard from KCL recently?
    not yet I've seen some people get rejected though? I wonder if they're just rejecting based on A level predictions though...
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    (Original post by ariadnelee33)
    not yet I've seen some people get rejected though? I wonder if they're just rejecting based on A level predictions though...
    Wouldn't most applicants have the required predicted grades though? Hmm... I wonder when they'll get back to us. :confused: What are your predicted grades?
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    anyone heard from nottingham recently?
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    (Original post by lks97)
    anyone heard from nottingham recently?
    Nope, have you?
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    do you think ucl will be to do with alphabetical order? and they've already decided now who's in and who's out?
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    (Original post by connieiscrazy)
    Received my Durham offer last night! 🎉🎉 Over the moon as it's my first choice. Now just need to get the grades...


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    What As' and GCSEs did you get? Congratulations by the way!


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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Wouldn't most applicants have the required predicted grades though? Hmm... I wonder when they'll get back to us. :confused: What are your predicted grades?
    Maybe if they're predicted grades were lower than A*AA...I'm not doing A levels, I'm doing the American system so it's different..
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    (Original post by Student98x)
    Nope, have you?
    Nope😩 slightly demotivating.. Do you think it's because they do it in batches or..?
 
 
 
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