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    Which one would you firm and which one would you insure?

    BTW, for Law.
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    Congrats on getting the offers!

    Have you been to the open days?
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Congrats on getting the offers!

    Have you been to the open days?
    Thank you!
    No I haven't been the the open days which is a shame
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    (Original post by ellie0497)
    Thank you!
    No I haven't been the the open days which is a shame
    I'd say defo go on an open day to all three of those unis before you decide hun. You'll know which one you like the most just by going there
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    I'd say defo go on an open day to all three of those unis before you decide hun. You'll know which one you like the most just by going there
    Thank you, I'll try to go to open days xx
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    (Original post by ellie0497)
    Thank you, I'll try to go to open days xx
    You should come to an Applicant Day for sure. Have you seen our School of Law? It's based in the beautiful Earlham Hall and I'm envious of anyone who gets to spend their time there! It was that good that when Taylor Swift was in Norwich for the Big Weekend she used it as her dressing room See it at 0.05 in this video -



    Also don't forget we offer an almost unbeatable student experience here. We were ranked second in the UK out of all of the mainstream universities for student satisfaction

    Happy to answer any questions you have, but would recommend coming along to experience it for yourself. You'll have an invite within the offer email!
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    Neither, I couldn't live in Wales or Norfolk.

    I'm not a fan of the Welsh and I'm always worried about Norfolk flooding, it is too flat.

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    (Original post by ellie0497)
    Thank you!
    No I haven't been the the open days which is a shame
    That isn't good, Exeter was one of my options and I was certain about firming it, that's until I paid a visit. Although preference is very subjective, I thought it was a little bit too impersonal and corporate. Firmed Newcastle now.
    I think UEA would have the nicest feel to it, since their law school is separate from any other school, yet because the law is such an elitist profession, I think that going to Exeter (and to the lesser extent Cardiff) would improve your chances of getting a TC or a pupillage. But, it would be difficult to get a decent grade in a place where you don't want to be. Even if all the open days are over now, just visit the city and have a look at the campuses. That is very important.
    Hope this helps.
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    Would be good to know whether OP decided on somewhere, or whether they've decided to come along to see the universities!
 
 
 
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