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    Just wondering
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    There is no 1 definitive university, all depends on the course you want to do and the demand for that course.

    Generally, the lower down the league tables; the easier the entry but there are exceptions with some courses.
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    (Original post by poormansam)
    Just wondering
    Hi there. If South Bank or East London offer your chosen course, they would both compete for the title of 'Easiest'.
    I mean they are ridiculously easy to get into.
    They regularly admit students with Grade D and E and often with Only 1 or 2 A levels !!
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    I heard Chester and Birmingham City are easy to get in to

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    It really depends. Stuff like Nursing is going to be pretty competitive no matter where you go, but for something like Maths or English, it's likely that London Met will have lower entry requirements than just about everywhere else, assuming they do that course.
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    It depends on the subject, but you should bear in mind that there is often a reason why a university is relatively easy to get in to.
 
 
 
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