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    So I've recently been offered a place at Warwick for law but I'm kind of worried about whether it'll live up expectation. I really want that whole UNI experience but I've been getting mixed responses on how enjoyable it is. I know it's a good uni and we go there to learn etc etc etc but I can't be without a music club, sports teams ( where students actually support the teams), a nice sense of community, parties and just the stuff that makes uni fun tbh! I just want to know what to expect or if I've been watching too many American movies...

    Also, I have to get 3As to get in but let's just say I get 2A*s and a B, do you think I'll still get in?
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    So I've recently been offered a place at Warwick for law but I'm kind of worried about whether it'll live up expectation. I really want that whole UNI experience but I've been getting mixed responses on how enjoyable it is. I know it's a good uni and we go there to learn etc etc etc but I can't be without a music club, sports teams ( where students actually support the teams), a nice sense of community, parties and just the stuff that makes uni fun tbh! I just want to know what to expect or if I've been watching too many American movies...

    Also, I have to get 3As to get in but let's just say I get 2A*s and a B, do you think I'll still get in?
    Warwick has pretty much all that... I'm not sure where to start so it's worth looking at the student's union website particularly the societies, as well as warwick sport for the sports clubs. It all depends on how much you want to get involved really. If you've been watching lots of American films then it's worth bearing in mind that sport at university level isn't quite as big in the UK as it is over there.

    As for whether they would let you in with A*A*B, it's impossible to say at this stage. It would depend on how many other candidates narrowly missed their offers and what their grades are.
 
 
 
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