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    Hey guys, I'm making this thread on behalf of my friend. She's been very upset these past few days and she wanted to apply to a top uni for law.
    I know nothing about law so help me out so I can help her

    A-economics
    B-psychology
    B-History
    E-maths (will drop)

    GCSE's: 2A*s, 7As

    She wanted to apply to Warwick as her top choice and other uni's like UCL, queens Mary, kcl in the mix.
    Warwick wants at least a C in 4th AS so that's out...

    1) what other top university can she apply to?
    2) She's also considering doing a new AS level, is this wise?
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    Well i got BBCD at AS level and I have just been accepted to study law at Bristol IT IS POSSIBLE! I also got offers from Durham, Nottingham, Exeter and Birmingham. The new as level probably wont add much to her application unless she has her heart set on warwick. As for other top universities i would definitely recommend Bristol, Nottingham and Durham Durham may be slightly more lenient next year as well because they ended up in clearing this year! good luck!
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    (Original post by NoGoodOnesLeft)
    Well i got BBCD at AS level and I have just been accepted to study law at Bristol IT IS POSSIBLE! I also got offers from Durham, Nottingham, Exeter and Birmingham. The new as level probably wont add much to her application unless she has her heart set on warwick. As for other top universities i would definitely recommend Bristol, Nottingham and Durham Durham may be slightly more lenient next year as well because they ended up in clearing this year! good luck!
    Thanks for your reply! Good suggestions :yep:
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    (Original post by This Honest)
    Thanks for your reply! Good suggestions :yep:
    Though its worth noting i did do very well on the LNAT, which i think may have made the difference! Tell her to practice!
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    (Original post by NoGoodOnesLeft)
    Though its worth noting i did do very well on the LNAT, which i think may have made the difference! Tell her to practice!
    Will do :yes:
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    A friend of mine got similar AS results and he got A*AB on Thursday and is going to study law at Newcastle in September, As long as she works hard this year there is no reason why she can't go to a top university
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    Law is Very competitive. So much so it's annoying.
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    (Original post by NoGoodOnesLeft)
    Though its worth noting i did do very well on the LNAT, which i think may have made the difference! Tell her to practice!
    What was your LNAT result? Sounds like a good one though so congrats!

    Do you have any tips for the LNAT? Any useful advice would be handy!
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    (Original post by freedomtocreate)
    Law is Very competitive. So much so it's annoying.
    Most courses are at top universities.
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    (Original post by Dust.)
    What was your LNAT result? Sounds like a good one though so congrats!

    Do you have any tips for the LNAT? Any useful advice would be handy!
    Not going to lie, just got in so im a little drunk, message me and ill give you some good sober advice
 
 
 
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