Hello,I'm an EU student thinking about studying Law (probably at Leicester/Kent Uni), but the entry requirements for Law are AAB and I'm afraid there's a possibility I'll get ABB so I tought I should also apply for Business Psychology at Loughborough/Politics with International Relations at Lancaster, in case I'll get ABB, and then taking the CPE exam ( a law diploma for a non-law student).I want to write my personal statement focused on Law, is there any chance I could also get an offer from Loughborough or Lancaster? I want to be a solicitor so I'm going to write a lot about my passion for business, negotiations and logical thinking and also about my social and debate skills. Is that information enough for law, business psychology and also politics? Thank you.
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Last edited by lightdream; 05-03-2016 at 12:31.
- 05-03-2016 12:15
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- 05-03-2016 14:58
You can't write a decent PS for those different courses I'm afraid. Your best bet would be finding law courses that give lower grades. You should focus on your academic interest in the subject that you are applying for