So the first deadline for LPC applications is December 1st. The thing is i'd rather not aplly for this deadline but apply for a later deadline as i want to keep my options open and look at other areas (financially and career wise).
Have people on here been accepted on LPC courses when they missed the first deadline? Will competition be tough or will there at least be some uni's who will take people who applied after the first deadline?
Also, if i graduate with an LLB Law degree, then for how long does this qualification allow me to delay taking LPC course without having to qualify again?
Hope u guys & girls can help with my queries. Thanks
How detrimental is it if you miss the first LPC application deadline? Watch
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Last edited by 'James Hunt'; 30-11-2010 at 13:26.
- 30-11-2010 13:25
- 01-12-2010 23:03
There is no problem with you literally calling them up 2 weeks into the course and getting a space - on most of the big providers anyway (BPP, COL etc.) but you might have a problem with the smaller providers by the end of teh summer. Basically if you can pay the money you can get in.
- 05-12-2010 22:11
As the above poster mentioned, it is very rare for a candidate who meets the criteria to be turned away. LPC students are a source of good money for institutions, so they take on as many as they can.