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    I am from India.My 10+2 result(which is quivalent to GCE A level exam) is poor.If my score in LNAT will b good along with a good band in IELTS and a strong SOP..can i get admission in the 3 years LLB course of Manchester University?
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    The Law School says that it requires the following from Indian applicants

    Year 12 students from India are expected to offer either the Higher Secondary/Senior School Certificate (CBSE) or the All India Senior School Certificate (ICSE and State Boards) with an overall score of 90% and no lower than 80% in any subject including English.
    http://www.law.manchester.ac.uk/unde...nal/index.html

    Unfortunately you are highly unlikely to be given an offer if you fall significantly below the scores they require, even if you get a good LNAT and IELTS result.
 
 
 
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