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    no sugar coating give it to me straight.

    Don't know whether to take solace in the fact that it's generally a smaller course (only around 15 people do it usually) or just dash my hopes against the wall and cry in my pillow and munch on my M&Ms till my breath stinks, my teeth feel like they're gonna break apart and I feel ill.
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
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    no sugar coating give it to me straight.

    Don't know whether to take solace in the fact that it's generally a smaller course (only around 15 people do it usually) or just dash my hopes against the wall and cry in my pillow and munch on my M&Ms till my breath stinks, my teeth feel like they're gonna break apart and I feel ill.
    Contact the uni you're interested in before sending your application. They can tell you if they have spaces or if you're just wasting your time. Some unis will consider late applications and others won't, so nobody here can tell you your chances.
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    Hi, I had a mate who wanted to change her subject to Law LLB, and she went through ucas extra and sent her application off, they got back to her in 3 days with an offer for her. Ring the uni you want to go to and ask if they have spaces, if they do then send your application and if they don't then try a different university. Also if you are applying late because you want to change subject then you may need to create a new personal statement and then email that to the uni, you're not as screwed as you think so please don;t cry. Better late than never.
    Btw I love M&Ms

    Good Luck
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    (Original post by Sana_Akram)
    Hi, I had a mate who wanted to change her subject to Law LLB, and she went through ucas extra and sent her application off, they got back to her in 3 days with an offer for her. Ring the uni you want to go to and ask if they have spaces, if they do then send your application and if they don't then try a different university. Also if you are applying late because you want to change subject then you may need to create a new personal statement and then email that to the uni, you're not as screwed as you think so please don;t cry. Better late than never.
    Btw I love M&Ms

    Good Luck
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    Contact the uni you're interested in before sending your application. They can tell you if they have spaces or if you're just wasting your time. Some unis will consider late applications and others won't, so nobody here can tell you your chances.
    Yeah I did ask, all they said was that they are still taking applications. No info on whether or not they are going to give my application equal weighting, which is what really irks me.
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    Where did you apply?
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    (Original post by Assan)
    Where did you apply?
    Leeds, birmingham, york and edinburgh
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
    Leeds, birmingham, york and edinburgh
    Which Birmingham>?
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    (Original post by ArbinderSingh98)
    Which Birmingham>?
    University of Birmingham
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
    University of Birmingham
    Have u done ur Lnat, girls in my school were rejected because they didnt do it by the 15th Jan, Plus its my firm :PPPPPPPPPP
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
    Yeah I did ask, all they said was that they are still taking applications. No info on whether or not they are going to give my application equal weighting, which is what really irks me.
    If they are still taking applications they will still consider yours. Be irked all you like but what's your choice? Not to apply at all? Apply and see what happens.
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    (Original post by ArbinderSingh98)
    Have u done ur Lnat, girls in my school were rejected because they didnt do it by the 15th Jan, Plus its my firm :PPPPPPPPPP
    No, I thought Birmingham scrapped the LNAT though?
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
    No, I thought Birmingham scrapped the LNAT though?
    Next year............................ its still on this year ive had to do it
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
    No, I thought Birmingham scrapped the LNAT though?
    LNAT doesn't apply to graduate entry.
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
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    no sugar coating give it to me straight.

    Don't know whether to take solace in the fact that it's generally a smaller course (only around 15 people do it usually) or just dash my hopes against the wall and cry in my pillow and munch on my M&Ms till my breath stinks, my teeth feel like they're gonna break apart and I feel ill.
    You are not screwed at all. Unless you are applying for Oxbridge, most graduate entry LLB law courses are available until the end of June. Although I do know that some universities have filled up their spaces before the end of June, many universities do have spots available. Since they do it on a rolling basis, I would suggest applying soon, so that you will be guaranteed a spot.
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    (Original post by Assan)
    LNAT doesn't apply to graduate entry.
    ????????????????????????????? What it is>>>>>>>>>>> They ask for a one for under graduate degree entry>>>>>>>>>
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    (Original post by ArbinderSingh98)
    ????????????????????????????? What it is>>>>>>>>>>> They ask for a one for under graduate degree entry>>>>>>>>>
    I think really competitive unis like Oxbridge, durham etc require you to do the LNAT

    It's not about law it's sort of like an IQ test.
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan;[url="tel:63434197")
    63434197[/url]]I think really competitive unis like Oxbridge, durham etc require you to do the LNAT

    It's not about law it's sort of like an IQ test.
    "Oxbridge" does not require the LNAT; Oxford does.

    (Original post by ArbinderSingh98)
    ????????????????????????????? What it is>>>>>>>>>>> They ask for a one for under graduate degree entry>>>>>>>>>
    Yes, the 3-year LLB does require the LNAT - but the two-year, senior status degree does not.
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    (Original post by Duncaaaaaan)
    I think really competitive unis like Oxbridge, durham etc require you to do the LNAT

    It's not about law it's sort of like an IQ test.
    I know ive done it and got a good score bruh, my firm wanted me to do it so i did it lool
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    I got an offer from Birmingham but they want me to provide page 4 of my passport to apply for student visa.

    wtf?
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