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    I probably wont be able to help you much as I have not yet started the course either... but at the interview, the interviewer just sort of laughed at me and said that they were both 'very interesting' when I asked about the difference between the two and which to pick etc... and then he didnt explain anything...he just said "we will get to that if the time comes"...:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ChoCo^)
    I probably wont be able to help you much as I have not yet started the course either... but at the interview, the interviewer just sort of laughed at me and said that they were both 'very interesting' when I asked about the difference between the two and which to pick etc... and then he didnt explain anything...he just said "we will get to that if the time comes"...:rolleyes:
    How very unhelpful.
    Well done on your offer - what college did you get into?
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    I wouldn't worry about it- many colleges dont give you the choice anyway. Intro is generally considered easier, partly as it overlaps with other subjects. Few people will be able to give you a detailed comparission as they only do one or the other.
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    Has anyone else received a letter from Oxford saying that you no longer have a choice between the two subjects?

    Instead, the law faculty have introduced a new, compulsory subject which seems to merge the two together.

    A Roman Introduction to Private Law its called...
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    Has anyone else received a letter from Oxford saying that you no longer have a choice between the two subjects?

    Instead, the law faculty have introduced a new, compulsory subject which seems to merge the two together.

    A Roman Introduction to Private Law its called...
    Yup.
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    There's a thread explaining this in the law section:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=215061&
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    I don't know about the potential new merged course but I know everyone in my college automatically did Roman - we didn't get a choice between the two.
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    intro to law has been scrapped
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    Yup, they sent me a letter yesterday - basically merging the two. It sounds more helpful and more interesting.
 
 
 
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