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    First of all, congratulations to those who were accepted to LSE for Law! I got a conditional offer of AAB which, me being a natural worrier, i worry very much about. I did a dance when i checked UCAS and found out, but now i'm dreading the exams.

    Anyway, i noticed a few people got unconditional offers to study Law - wow! :eek: how does that work? is it an undergraduate offer? do you get unconditional offers because they see something in your personal statement that is irresistable? or is it because you've acheived fantastically prodigious grades from exams in the past?

    Not to sound too long winded but...for those who got unconditional offers for law, i was wondering...may i please know if you were doing a-levels when you got an offer, and the grades you acheived for the subjects/predictions? i'm very puzzled here...

    congratulations again!
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    First of all, congratulations to those who were accepted to LSE for Law! I got a conditional offer of AAB which, me being a natural worrier, i worry very much about. I did a dance when i checked UCAS and found out, but now i'm dreading the exams.

    Anyway, i noticed a few people got unconditional offers to study Law - wow! :eek: how does that work? is it an undergraduate offer? do you get unconditional offers because they see something in your personal statement that is irresistable? or is it because you've acheived fantastically prodigious grades from exams in the past?

    Not to sound too long winded but...for those who got unconditional offers for law, i was wondering...may i please know if you were doing a-levels when you got an offer, and the grades you acheived for the subjects/predictions? i'm very puzzled here...

    congratulations again!
    Welldone.
    UnConditional offers are for those people who have already done their a-levels/IB/etc...
    They applied to UCAS AFTER they got their Final grades.
 
 
 
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