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    Hi, i got AAAB in my AS levels (As in law, English lit and psychology, a high B in philosophy)
    I want to do a qualifying law degree but I am also very interested in philosophy and politics. The philosophy politics and law degree at Kings College London seems like the perfect course but the entry requirements are A*AA- would I stand a chance of getting an offer if I applied, or am I best off applying for less competitive universities? (Also considering that there are only 30 places on the course - or so I've read)
    Thank you!
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    (Original post by under-the-ivy)
    Hi, i got AAAB in my AS levels (As in law, English lit and psychology, a high B in philosophy)
    I want to do a qualifying law degree but I am also very interested in philosophy and politics. The philosophy politics and law degree at Kings College London seems like the perfect course but the entry requirements are A*AA- would I stand a chance of getting an offer if I applied, or am I best off applying for less competitive universities?
    Thank you!
    provided you get the predictions, and good LNAT score, you stand a good chance *
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    (Original post by under-the-ivy)
    Hi, i got AAAB in my AS levels (As in law, English lit and psychology, a high B in philosophy)
    I want to do a qualifying law degree but I am also very interested in philosophy and politics. The philosophy politics and law degree at Kings College London seems like the perfect course but the entry requirements are A*AA- would I stand a chance of getting an offer if I applied, or am I best off applying for less competitive universities?
    Thank you!
    Hi! In my AS levels, I achieved the same as you, AAAB (but in maths, physics, DT and Eng Lit). This year for my A-Levels, I came out with A*A*A* with an A* EPQ and an added A in AS Fmaths. Anything is possible if you aim high and put in the hours of work! Keep practicing and don't stop until you reach what you need!
 
 
 
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