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    Dear all,

    I'm completing an LLB at a Non-Russel group university at the moment.

    I'm looking to complete a masters in London and was wondering what they consider when looking at applications?

    Do previous GCSE results/A-Levels matter? If I obtained a 1st would that be enough?


    Thanks all
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    They almost certainly won't care about your GCSEs. A levels might be looked at, but really what matters is your degree classification.
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    (Original post by blackbluegreen)
    GCSE's probably matter not at all. A Levels might matter a little (very little),

    Degree grades (including percentage in each module) are most important, personal statement and references are also likely to be key factors.

    LSE very high 2.1 is needed. For KCL a mid-.2.1 should be enough.
    Seriously??

    So anyone who achieves mid 2.1 LLB can apply to KCL with the high possibility of getting in?

    I assumed it would be so much harder, especially considering most people achieve a 2:1.
 
 
 
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