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    Hey,
    I am an Indian Student with a 9.68 CGPA out of 10 in LLB (I am in the 9th semester right now) from Amity Law School, Amity University Uttar Pradesh.
    I am applying for the 2016-2017 LLM course.
    I would be obliged if someone can help me with the following:

    1. Does it make a difference if my LLB is from a private university and not a government college?
    2. Does the college selection make a difference with regards to admission?
    3. What college would you suggest from your experience?
    4. Are there some colleges where getting an admission is comparatively easier than the others?
    5. Anything else that you think is important and I should know.

    Thank you for the help
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    (Original post by nikita.tanwar)
    1. Does it make a difference if my LLB is from a private university and not a government college?
    That depends on how accreditation is handled in your country.

    2. Does the college selection make a difference with regards to admission?
    Of course. It's much more difficult to get into Oxford/Cambridge than Sunderland, for example.

    3. What college would you suggest from your experience?
    This is something you're going to have to research yourself. Different law schools will offer different course structures, different courses, different specializations, have different members of faculty who will teach/supervise different classes, etc.

    4. Are there some colleges where getting an admission is comparatively easier than the others?
    See above.
 
 
 
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