Hi, I have just graduated from a prestigious university. I have started LLB Law, however due to some serious personal problems I have failed from one of my subjects in the first year. (even in the re-sit exams).
The University then transferred me to a course called LLB in Legal Studies. It was the same as the LLB Law with same lectures, exams etc. but it did not count as a qualifying law degree.
I graduated with 2.2 last week and applied to some universities for the course of LLM International Corporate Finance. I intend to work full-time and study part-time.
All universities ask for 2.1 and it is such a disappointment for me. As I have always got higher grades before except this time.
I am thinking to get reference letters from my personal tutor and also from psychologists.
What should be my next step? I want to practice law in the future as a solicitor but they all ask for a qualifying law degree.
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- Thread Starter
- 15-07-2014 01:23
- 15-07-2014 09:38