Where to apply with two A levels for LLB Watch

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Hey all,

I I have two A levels and one AS, I obtained low grades that gives me a total of 160 ucas tariff points. Is there any where I could apply to?

I have received a conditional offer from bedfordshire but only for sept 2014. but waiting a whole year is too much.

Thanks in advance
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(Original post by d.luffy)
Hey all,

I I have two A levels and one AS, I obtained low grades that gives me a total of 160 ucas tariff points. Is there any where I could apply to?

I have received a conditional offer from bedfordshire but only for sept 2014. but waiting a whole year is too much.

Thanks in advance
I doubt you could find a course willing to accept you this year. The courses have already been running for ages!
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I doubt you could find a course willing to accept you this year. The courses have already been running for ages!
Yes Iunderstand but I mean for the second semester in feb 2014
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Southampton Solent does a law foundation course that begins in January
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Yes Iunderstand but I mean for the second semester in feb 2014
Do any Universities do that? I'm not sure of any sorry :dontknow:
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Southampton Solent does a law foundation course that begins in January
Well to be honest, I rather resit my A levels instead of pursuing a foundation year ...
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(Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
Do any Universities do that? I'm not sure of any sorry :dontknow:
as a matter of fact they do, but your response did answer a few question I had in mind why most don't.
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as a matter of fact they do, but your response did answer a few question I had in mind why most don't.
Which ones? I don't understand how you can be sure of your answer when you are asking us that question!
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Which ones? I don't understand how you can be sure of your answer when you are asking us that question!


Its just that most unis in UK accepts sept entry and there isn t any entre for feb 2014.Whilst other unis in other countries do accept 2nd semester entry.
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However you probably will need to apply for next year, leeds city college wants to Ds why don't you try doing a foundation year.
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