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    (Original post by pick92)
    Send UCAS on 12th October

    Manchester: AAB
    Birmingham: AAA
    QMUL: AAA
    Oxford: Rejection
    UCL: Still waiting!

    Got a rubbish LNAT score though, so I'm not holding out much hope for UCL. Is anyone else thinking of firming Queen Mary?
    I have an easy offer from QMUL(AA) and I am probably going to firm it. I am not going to wait from 3 other Unis. I got a post-interview rejection from Cambridge.
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    (Original post by Thepro)
    I have an easy offer from QMUL(AA) and I am probably going to firm it. I am not going to wait from 3 other Unis. I got a post-interview rejection from Cambridge.
    I didn't even get interviewed at Oxford because of my LNAT. Where else are you waiting for?
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    LOL @ the people who negged my offer to help people, bitter or?
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    DONT think anyone got a worse LNAT score than me :-( . at least got some offers already
    LNat- 14
    UEA-AAA
    Leicester-AAA
    Kings-rejected
    still waiting on notts and warwick. has anyone heard from them
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    OFFER FROM NOTTINGHAM!!!!
    IB: 38 Points!
    Offer received: 29/01/11
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    (Original post by alr)
    If you don't mind me asking, when did you send in your application?
    And what subjects are you taking?
    I sent my application in early October (I think it might have been the 7th - that date rings a bell).

    I'm taking:
    English A1 HL
    French B HL
    History HL
    Maths SL
    Physics SL
    and Italian ab initio

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    (Original post by maka9)
    Aw thank you, and same to you of course! What's your top choice?
    Durham for now- if that doesn't work out exeter
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    (Original post by Hannahx04)
    OFFER FROM NOTTINGHAM!!!!
    IB: 38 Points!
    Offer received: 29/01/11
    What was your lnat score?
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    (Original post by D.R.E)
    Shouldn't this be the other way round?
    Pass the crack pipe ?

    (Original post by Doughnuts!!)
    Played. :top2:
    Cheers .

    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    On second thought, maybe that picture doesn't adequately express my congratulations.
    Congratulations :congrats:

    edit: in fact, it's just creepy. I googled 'woo hoo'
    Actually, it was an apt picture.



































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    (Original post by pick92)
    I didn't even get interviewed at Oxford because of my LNAT. Where else are you waiting for?
    UCL, King's, Notts
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    (Original post by nuttynatz)
    Durham for now- if that doesn't work out exeter
    Ah nice! Good luck! I'm sure you'll make it.
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    (Original post by maka9)
    Yeah haha my Cambridge offer is really high but I'm keeping my fingers crossed (what else can I do right! :P). I have Physics, Economics and English at higher level and History, Maths, French at standard level What about you?
    :eek: Why did they ask you for 42? They asked me for 41 and 7,7,6... I would have thought that was their standard requirement (not much difference, but still a bit less impossible!) Which college by the way?
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    (Original post by lalilou)
    :eek: Why did they ask you for 42? They asked me for 41 and 7,7,6... I would have thought that was their standard requirement (not much difference, but still a bit less impossible!) Which college by the way?
    Magdalene. All th other IB Law applicants at my college got a 42, 777 offer as well The A-levels people got the standard A*AA offer though. I really don't get it! Which college are you? Congrats on your offer btw!
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    (Original post by maka9)
    Magdalene. All th other IB Law applicants at my college got a 42, 777 offer as well The A-levels people got the standard A*AA offer though. I really don't get it! Which college are you? Congrats on your offer btw!
    Trinity Hall... and can't trace any fellow IB Law applicants to compare my offer with, which is frustrating.. Congratulations to you too!! (I got so wrapped in the shock earlier, I forgot to say well done!)
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    (Original post by maka9)
    Magdalene. All th other IB Law applicants at my college got a 42, 777 offer as well The A-levels people got the standard A*AA offer though. I really don't get it! Which college are you? Congrats on your offer btw!
    Someone got a 40 offer for history at my college

    Funny how much variance there is in IB offers. Pretty much every A level offer is A*AA.
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    UCAS sent off: 15th October

    Oxford - Rejected
    LSE - Rejected
    UCL - Rejected
    Nottingham - AAB (will be my firm and only choice)
    Southampton - AAA

    P.S. Oh and I am an international student btw...
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    (Original post by lalilou)
    Trinity Hall... and can't trace any fellow IB Law applicants to compare my offer with, which is frustrating.. Congratulations to you too!! (I got so wrapped in the shock earlier, I forgot to say well done!)
    I think you're right in saying that your offer is the standard offer for other colleges Someone I talked to on YouGo had the same offer as you! I asked my careers counsellor about it and he said that Magdalene might have been especially competitive this year...which is a bit odd seeing that it's such a small college!

    Oh well! Finger's crossed we both meet our offers!
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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    Someone got a 40 offer for history at my college

    Funny how much variance there is in IB offers. Pretty much every A level offer is A*AA.
    Oxford offers for Law (Jurisprudence) are usually 38+ points! Bias aside, since both universities are meant to be pretty much of the same ranking, I'd have thought they'd have similar offer conditions too! :P
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    (Original post by maka9)
    I think you're right in saying that your offer is the standard offer for other colleges Someone I talked to on YouGo had the same offer as you! I asked my careers counsellor about it and he said that Magdalene might have been especially competitive this year...which is a bit odd seeing that it's such a small college!

    Oh well! Finger's crossed we both meet our offers!

    :eek: Oh wait! I think that might have been me again.. Because I was talking to someone on YouGo with an identical offer to yours.... haa... Might be wrong, but still. It would be so funny if it turned out that we're having the same conversation on two different websites...... :confused:
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    (Original post by maka9)
    Oxford offers for Law (Jurisprudence) are usually 38+ points! Bias aside, since both universities are meant to be pretty much of the same ranking, I'd have thought they'd have similar offer conditions too! :P
    Hmm, I think that might be linked to the fact that Oxford only gives AAA A level offers (or is for 2011 entry/2012 deferred).
 
 
 
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