So maybe it's a little premature to be thinking about adjustment... but I was wondering whether anyone knows of or has gotten into a better university for a law course via adjustment.
'better universities' e.g. KCL, LSE, Durham, Warwick, UCL, Birmingham?
Additionally: if I apply via adjustment to a LNAT university - does that mean I have to take the LNAT? And if so (I've done it as a precautionary today - dec 20th), could I just use that score to apply to an LNAT uni for adjustment?
Thanks!!! Any response will be appreciated
However, the unis that come up in Adjustment are essentially the same as those in Clearing, but you can only use Adjustment if you have met and exceeded your offer, so you may not be eligible in the first place. It's also impossible to tell which unis will come up in Clearing / Adjustment next year - it varies SO much from year to year.
LNAT unis can take you through Clearing / Adjustment without LNAT, but it's entirely up to their discretion - they don't have to.
For general info on Adjustment - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...u_need_to_know
As the previous poster said there is no way to tell whether those unis will be in adjustment for any particular course. They probably won't know until they receive the summer A level results and have decided on any near misses.
As with Clearing, knowing which Unis recruited students for particular courses in Adjustment for 2013 will not tell you ANYTHING reliable about what will happen this year. It will indeed depend on actual A level results and how many existing Firms fulfill their Offers - totally impossible to predict in advance.