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    Hi Chaps,

    I'm at Cardiff doing LLB Law with Criminology (as the signature suggests) and I'm submitting an application to switch to straight LLB Law. After some very encouraging discussions with my tutor they have asked me to write a letter to the 'Student Cases Committee', mentioning why I wish to change. My application will be considered after my exam results are released in July.

    I'm looking for any advice people can offer, and am particularly keen to hear from anyone who went through a similar process. The one issue that I am very slightly concerned about are my A-Level grades. At A-Level I received AAB (The B was in maths that I missed by just a few %), the entry requirements for the course I am on are AAA but they let me on because of various other strengths in my application. Do people think I should mention this and leave it as it lies, or try and explain the issue and justify myself?

    Many thanks in advance for any helpful replies.

    Kind regards,

    Jermynstreet
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