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I have applied for international relations and achieved 42 IB points with 7,7,6 at HL (History, English, Economics). Although very keen in studying law at university, I had to give up due to several reasons. Is it possible to apply for adjustment without LNAT scores?
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I'm not entirely sure, but I've read on the internet that it depends on the school whether they need your LNAT. I would definitely contact KCL given your impressive set of results. KCL is launching something called 'superstar', which, according to their website, they will take you for literally any courses (apart from medicinine) if you get A*A*A. I think 42 IB points is pretty close to that.

Good luck.
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(Original post by applebanana33)
I have applied for international relations and achieved 42 IB points with 7,7,6 at HL (History, English, Economics). Although very keen in studying law at university, I had to give up due to several reasons. Is it possible to apply for adjustment without LNAT scores?
did they allow it without lnat?
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