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    (Original post by MJlover)
    I do History
    Studying law at LSE is my absolute dream, is there any advice you could give me
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    Studying law at LSE is my absolute dream, is there any advice you could give me
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    Learn Singlish.
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    Pardon me
    Portmanteau of Singapore/an and English.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    ofc but if you meet the required grades, then its are you interesting enough based on your ps, then its how you do at interview.
    LSE doesn't interview for law.

    (Original post by highfly)
    these are what I am predicted for AS and hopefully for A2 , I'm just trying to get 4A's at AS to make up for my standard GCSE grades but thank you this has really given me faith
    if you get AABB+ at AS then you have a chance.


    talking about A2 predictions at this stage is stupid.
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    (Original post by highfly)
    What chance do I stand for law at LSE
    GCSE: A* A* A* A B B B B C C D
    AS: AAAA
    A2: A* A* A*
    strong personal statement

    any advice is widely appreciated

    ps, extenuating circumstances at GCSE thats why I underperformed
    Someone I know applied for Law at LSE. They got ABBC at AS (or something along the lines) and got an offer, so you'll be fine.
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    (Original post by highfly)
    What chance do I stand for law at LSE
    GCSE: A* A* A* A B B B B C C D
    AS: AAAA
    A2: A* A* A*
    strong personal statement

    any advice is widely appreciated

    ps, extenuating circumstances at GCSE thats why I underperformed
    So long as you achieve AAAA at AS, I would say that you are pretty much guaranteed an offer. Universities really do take extenuating circumstances into account re GCSEs.

    My friend only has 5 GCSEs (though all are A*s) because she arrived in England from Korea in year 11 so had to revise for all her exams in one year.

    Similarly, I missed the second half of year 10 and most of year 11 because I was very ill and almost died. Ended up only sitting 8 GCSEs so I only got 8 A*s.

    My friend and I now both have offers from Cambridge and she also has an offer from LSE. Just make sure you have your school write a letter explaining the situation.
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    Long story short, you're grades a fine. Just focus on your extracurricular and interview.
 
 
 
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