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hi,

could someone please tell me some universities that have minimum entry requirements of ABB/ AAB for m100 law, but are still considered as good/ prestigious.

Also , would i be able to potentially receive offers from unis like york, exeter, warwick, bristol if i get predictions of AAA from A2, despite under achieving at ABBD at AS?

thanks for any help
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(Original post by sephy123)
hi,

could someone please tell me some universities that have minimum entry requirements of ABB/ AAB for m100 law, but are still considered as good/ prestigious.

Also , would i be able to potentially receive offers from unis like york, exeter, warwick, bristol if i get predictions of AAA from A2, despite under achieving at ABBD at AS?

thanks for any help
UEA, reading, surrey, sussex, exeter (CC), kent --- and yeah you can
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sheffield, uea, kent,

yes you can get into top unis that want AAA provided you are predicted AAA at A2
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This is a complete list of the universities requiring those grades http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/Law_Degree#AAB-ABB
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If you can go to an AAA Uni- I strongly recommend York- but I'm biased. For AAB Exeter is a sound choice.
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If you can go to an AAA Uni- I strongly recommend York- but I'm biased. For AAB Exeter is a sound choice.
Exeter doesn't hand out those AAB offers often. AAA is the usual one.
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Exeter doesn't hand out those AAB offers often. AAA is the usual one.
Oh I know quite a few who got AAB- me included- I don't know what determines whether you get that offer or not.
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Oh I know quite a few who got AAB- me included- I don't know what determines whether you get that offer or not.
I read that it's given when the student has very high prediction grades anyway so they just want him/her to go there.
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As another point to note, it seems to me that AAB offers are getting scarce at Sussex. The average offer was AAA in the 2011-2012 cycle.
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Westminster's ABB, and it has a specialist department in law apparently (that's what I heard)
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I would think so! I received AAABC at AS but was predicted AAAA and received all 5 offers, as long as your personal statement is strong I'm sure you'll be fine, good luck


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Exeter doesn't hand out those AAB offers often. AAA is the usual one.
I think you're much more likely to get an AAB offer if you apply to the Cornwall campus rather than the main one in Exeter itself.
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If your willing to spend 4 years studying Durham with foundation year has an entry requirement of AAB I believe.

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Just to add in, Reading's entry requirement has gone up from AAB to AAA now.
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I think you're much more likely to get an AAB offer if you apply to the Cornwall campus rather than the main one in Exeter itself.
Cornwall campus was closed this year I think
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Cornwall campus was closed this year I think
For Law? Had no idea that had happened.
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Cornwall campus was closed this year I think
For law, that is correct.
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For Law? Had no idea that had happened.
Yes for law- I don't why they did, I just know they did.
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Yes for law- I don't why they did, I just know they did.
It's so that the resources will be more concentrated, rather than divided throughout the 2 campuses. This should lead to a more effective law school. Through experience, it's horrible having lectures where the lecturer is seen through a screen. I'm in the Streatham (Exeter) campus and I had a lecturer based in Cornwall. A bit inconvenient but I'm glad it's gonna be sorted out.
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Write a good personal statement and you'll get an AAB offer from Exeter; I did. They even offered me £1000 if I got 3 As. But I didn't, I got ABB and got into a 3 A uni via clearing


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