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does anyone know the lowest grade at which you can get into university to study law. Thanx!!!!!!!!
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does anyone know the lowest grade at which you can get into university to study law. Thanx!!!!!!!!
Well i depends where. I think you can get into some of the ex-polys with C's. You need to think about whether or not these courses would enable you to have a good law career (if thats what your looking for). Law is such a competitive area that the uni you went to can unfortunatly play a big part in your future job prospects .

You can get into huddersfield for Law with 220 UCAS points: - http://www.huddersfield.ac.uk/course...ourses/057.pdf

For the top law schools you are looking at AAB/ABB +
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does anyone know the lowest grade at which you can get into university to study law. Thanx!!!!!!!!
Staffordshire uni is pretty low CCC i think, and Derby is quite low.
Liverpool John Moores is 260 pts BCC Sunderland 220- 360 (a bit vague i know)
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A girl from college has a CC offer for Law at Luton.
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A girl from college has a CC offer for Law at Luton.
Is there a great deal of point in a degree from the university or luton, initally it makes me laugh
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bbb at brunel?
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the lowest at a good uni would probably be about ABB
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the lowest at a good uni would probably be about ABB
I have seen BBB from Hull (a good uni) although anything in this region is about right. When people start asking for C's as part of a standard offer you have to question how good the uni is for Law.
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Hull (a good uni)
its not red brick, is it? therefore it would be more difficult to get a job from there....
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its not red brick, is it? therefore it would be more difficult to get a job from there....
There is evidence of teaching at Hull since 1924 and it was awarded its Univeristy charter in the late 50's / early 60's thus putting it very solidly in the red brick catagory.

You *may* have confused it with the now defunkt University of Humberside that shared the same campus and was ranked about second from bottom of the University league tables.
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A girl from college has a CC offer for Law at Luton.
I would never go to Luton to do Law even if it was this or no degree.

As far as "universities" go Luton is about as low as they come and no Solicitors firm worth there salt would consider an applicant who has graduated from here.

Your application would be straight in the little filing cabinet in the corner (the bin) and even if you did get an interview it would probably be because they either felt sorry for you or just wanted to take the piss.
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p.s sorry if anyone has pinned their hopes of a legal career on a degree from Luton.
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Staffordshire uni is pretty low CCC i think, and Derby is quite low.
Liverpool John Moores is 260 pts BCC Sunderland 220- 360 (a bit vague i know)
thanx that has help alot thank you!
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as law is such a competitive subject, always choose a good univeristy to carry out your law degree otherwise dont bother, with law it matters what university you goto!

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