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What do you all think are the top 6 Law Courses at Universities?
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What do you all think are the top 6 Law Courses at Universities?
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lol...sorry
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What do you all think are the top 6 Law Courses at Universities?
none of those combinations seem very sensible as you will have no insurance choice, when you are applying for law then unless you have 11A*s i find it very unlikely you will get more than four offers-best to back yourself up with a less highly rated uni
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would would a good insurance uni be?
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would would a good insurance uni be?
i don't really know, if you want london then queen mary gives low offers, reading, leicester or cardiff perhaps, just anywhere you can find that doesn't ask for AAAAAAAAAA etc
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just out of interest....what are the average grades at GCSE to Oxbridge students?
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in terms of location, none of those options would leave you much choice if at some point you decide that you don't want to live in London.
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Where's Durham? It's currently ranked 3rd for Law on the Times Tables.
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Oxford, Warwick, Bristol, Nottingham, Exeter, Reading

how come Durham and Bristol didn't get a look in;
their both good for law
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sorry...i forgot to put durham in!
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i don't really know, if you want london then queen mary gives low offers, reading, leicester or cardiff perhaps, just anywhere you can find that doesn't ask for AAAAAAAAAA etc
Unfortunately..leicester's standard offer is actually AAB..so not much point putting that as an insurance choice. Reading is BBB though i think.

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