Unconditional Offers for Law at Oxford Watch

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Greetings from Canada!

I'm wondering if anybody knows what would qualify an international individual (US/Canada, since they both use AP and SAT scores) to get an unconditional offer for law? Assuming their interview went well, and their LNAT score was decent (for Oxford?).

Thanks in advance!
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(Original post by ytr968)
Greetings from Canada!

I'm wondering if anybody knows what would qualify an international individual (US/Canada, since they both use AP and SAT scores) to get an unconditional offer for law? Assuming their interview went well, and their LNAT score was decent (for Oxford?).

Thanks in advance!
Universities only tend to give unconditional offers if you already have your grades
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