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    I'm hoping to read law at university next year; however, I'm having a bit of a dilemma when it comes to deciding on universities to apply to.
    GCSE: BBCCCCCDDE
    AS grades after restarting the year at a new school: AABB
    Predicted grades: A*A A/B

    Currently got my sights set on:
    Warwick - LLB 4 years, with year abroad
    Bristol - LLB
    Nottingham - LLB
    Exeter - LLB
    QMUL - LLB

    Am i punching above my weight in terms of uni choices or does anyone think that it is possible to get an offer as i really don't want to waste a year applying, only to get rejected, thanks.
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    If you meet the entry requirements you should be fine. Do you know what they are?
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    If you meet the entry requirements you should be fine. Do you know what they are?
    They ask for A*AA to AAA so would A*AB be on the same level as AAA?
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    If they ask for 3 As then you need 3 As or above. I don't think the A* makes up for the B if that's what you're asking but it's always worth checking with the uni,
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    If they ask for 3 As then you need 3 As or above. I don't think the A* makes up for the B if that's what you're asking but it's always worth checking with the uni,
    okay so i really need to be predicted an A instead of a B then?
 
 
 
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