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Hi,

I currently work full time as a paralegal in conveyancing and I am considering applying for the parttimeLLB this year.

I am a bit apprehensive about whether or not I will find the course to hard. I left school at 16 to work in a lawyers office and have worked my way up in the same office.

I am now a parent and this is my drive for a better career so I can perhaps afford to send my daughter to university one day.

Any advice or information anyone could provide , I would be most grateful for. University etc is all new to me. I have been told by intake I will probably need to get a MET test also. would this be based on law soley??

Thanks

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If you are in London I would recommend Birkbeck, University of London. It is course made for people who work in the morning and study in the evening. Have a look
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