Hello everyone, I'm an international student and I've applied to the Queen Mary IFP for Social Sciences and Hunanities September 2016 intake. I'm thinking about progressing onto a law degree at Queen Mary or try my luck and apply to kings or ucl after my IFP. I was just wondering if anyone has taken this route and has any advice for me? I am hoping for answers regarding a law progression, but all answers and/or opinions are welcome! One of my main concerns are, what is the level of difficulty of this programme and what does it take to get a 70% overall score? Thank you!
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Last edited by Jaivatti; 10-03-2016 at 17:43.
- 10-03-2016 17:35
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