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    I have been torn between these two colleges. I can't seem to decide which one to choose for an undergraduate in Law. I want to decide based on entry requirements. Which of these colleges would be easier to get into?

    Also, which one would be a better fit for doing Law from the UK.
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    (Original post by Anza Tariq)
    I have been torn between these two colleges. I can't seem to decide which one to choose for an undergraduate in Law. I want to decide based on entry requirements. Which of these colleges would be easier to get into?

    Also, which one would be a better fit for doing Law from the UK.
    Apply to both.

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    Apply to both.

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    The problem with that would be that they both depend on LNAT. I'm applying to Oxford as well which also needs LNAT. I am not willing to choose too many uni's dependant on that exam because i can only give it the one time. Therefore, i need to decide between KCL and UCL on the basis of entry requirements and where it would be easier to get into.
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    (Original post by Anza Tariq)
    The problem with that would be that they both depend on LNAT. I'm applying to Oxford as well which also needs LNAT. I am not willing to choose too many uni's dependant on that exam because i can only give it the one time. Therefore, i need to decide between KCL and UCL on the basis of entry requirements and where it would be easier to get into.
    You have 5 choices. Just pick courses at universities you want to spend 3 years at.

    If you are on target to meet the entry requirements you are likely to get an offer.

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