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Good redbrick, AAA in A level
did three weeks vacation scheme in year 1, and going to do one or two more before graduation
I am aiming at "any" international firm but not the tops tier- Magic C
Does anyone know what's my average final marks needed to be to have a chance? 68? 65?
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Good redbrick, AAA in A level
did three weeks vacation scheme in year 1, and going to do one or two more before graduation
I am aiming at "any" international firm but not the tops tier- Magic C
Does anyone know what's my average final marks needed to be to have a chance? 68? 65?
It isn't that simple. But from what you have said, nothing suggests why you couldn't be in a strong position.

What are your current module results like? What extra curriculars/positions of responsibility have you held? Can you write a good application and show clear motivation for the firms you are thinking of applying to?

All the above will heavily influence whether your final year grades need to be a 62% average, a 65% average of a 68% average.
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I only get 54 avereage in year one , and I almost fail a compulsory course. but it does not count toward my final result. So I hope it would be safe. But I am not active in school, so have not been to any event of the law society. Do you know anyone actually got in to a international firm and what are their grades? Is it a minor if I don't talk much and intorvent?
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I only get 54 avereage in year one , and I almost fail a compulsory course. but it does not count toward my final result. So I hope it would be safe. But I am not active in school, so have not been to any event of the law society. Do you know anyone actually got in to a international firm and what are their grades? Is it a minor if I don't talk much and intorvent?
Your first year grades and the "almost" failed module will still be looked at closely. Firms will also expect to you to be balancing a significant amount of extra curriculars alongside your studies.

To be frank and honest, I suspect these two things will hold you back from most international firms.
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