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    So I have recieved offers from both Birmingham and Leeds to study law. Leeds have exams in both January and May whereas Birmingham only have exams in May.

    If you study law how are your examinations set (just summer or winter and summer)

    Also which would you say is better?
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    (Original post by rkhan57)
    So I have recieved offers from both Birmingham and Leeds to study law. Leeds have exams in both January and May whereas Birmingham only have exams in May.

    If you study law how are your examinations set (just summer or winter and summer)

    Also which would you say is better?
    Hey, I think this is totally your own preference..
    I am in my first year of studying Law at Uni of Liverpool, and I have exams in both January and the Summer. I prefer it this way, so that I can learn the content of semester 1 and then have an exam on this in January, then learn the content of semester 2 and then have an exam on this in the summer. Some people may however prefer to learn all of the content of both semesters and then have all their exams at one time.

    It may be worth looking into the course structure at both universities and find out the reasoning for only having summer exams.
 
 
 
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