MEGATHREAD || Law Applicants 2016 Watch
I've set up this thread for all students who are applying to study Law at University. Things you could ask about:
*Wether your GCSE and AS grades are good enough for a particular university.
*Ask for an opinion about a particular university.
*The LNAT and possibly your score.
*Which Universities are best for law.
* How to ensure you get into Russel Group University.
And anything else that relates to applying for Law!
I have a strange school history; I got 9A* and 2As at GCSE then under extenuating circumstances got 3Bs and a C at AS, dropped down to 2 A levels (history and economics) and have now ended up with 2 As and am doing a third AS and A level in one year- hoping for an A* but reasonably with just one year to do all the work I will probably end up with an A. I want to apply for Law but don't know where to be applying. I have some pretty good work experience that I have worked my butt off to get; I travelled to the USA to work in a state legislators office, worked at freshfields law firm and will hopefully be helping out an agency that deals with asylum seekers in the UK. I've been revising for the LNAT like a crazy person and so far it actually seems like a test I could do well in although obviously it'll go as well as it goes on the day?Anyway like I said I'm a weird applicant and just genuinely have no idea where to be applying? ANy advice on where to apply or things I can do to make my application better (I'm an avid reader and already half way through a suggested reading list I found)
What uni's would you consider?