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    When did you submit your application if you have already?
    Have you received offers? Have any of your friends received offers.
    Please mention the Unis you are applying to.
    And also your GCSE grades along with A'Level predictions and the offer that you recieved

    Please only mention the offers if you have any.
    This is more of an informational thread than a discussion one so that members can get an idea of the what sort of candidates are getting offers
    Thankyou
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    (Original post by ahmed369)
    When did you submit your application if you have already?
    Have you received offers? Have any of your friends received offers.
    Please mention the Unis you are applying to.
    And also your GCSE grades along with A'Level predictions and the offer that you recieved

    Please only mention the offers if you have any.
    This is more of an informational thread than a discussion one so that members can get an idea of the what sort of candidates are getting offers
    Thankyou
    Submitted my application 21st October
    No offers yet, but had acknowledgements from Cardiff and Oxford Brookes
    Applying to Cardiff (Law and Law and Politics), Exeter, Manchester and Oxford Brookes
    GCSES: 4 A*s 7 As
    AS Grades: AABB
    Predicted A2 Grades: AAA and an A in EPQ


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    More good news! I received a conditional offer from the University of Manchester yesterday. Asking for 32 IB points but 6, 6, 6 in high-level subjects including English. Came as a bit of a surprise because I expected to hear from them last. They must have liked my personal statement. It seems like I am going to have a real choice. 2 out 5, 3 more to go. Sheffield told me that they cannot issue offers till the tuition fees for 2017 are set.
    So offers received so far are:
    1. The University of Liverpool - asking for 33 Ib points with a 5 in English and no subject lower than 5. Received offer October 13th

    2. The University of Manchester - asking for 32 IB points, 6, 6, 6 in higher level subjects including English.

    Waiting to hear from

    3. The University of Sheffield

    4. University of Leeds

    5. Manchester Metropolitan University

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    Submitted my application on 20/09
    No GCSEs
    Predicted grade: 45 in IB
    Universities applied to: Cambridge, UCL, KCL, LSE and Nottingham
    Offers received: Nottingham (38) - received this on Tuesday 6pm BST
    Acknowledgements received: all
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    That is great. I did not take LNAT and I want to be close to my extended family who live in the Manchester area, hence the choice, Sheffield, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and MMU. I believe I will hear from Sheffield and Leeds by the end of next week.

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    More good news myself! The University of Sheffield has given me a conditional offer. Asking for 36 IB points with a 5 in English. So that is 3 out of 5. So this is how I understand with my offers:

    1. The University of Liverpool
    Conditional offer asking fro 32 IB points, a 5 in Maths and no subject less than 4.
    Offer received on October 13, 2016

    2. The University of Manchester
    Conditional offer asking for 32 IB points with 6, 6, 6 in higher level subjects and a 5 in English
    Offer received on October 26, 2016

    3. TheUniversity of Sheffield
    Conditional offer asking 36 IB points with a 5 in English

    4. University of Leeds
    Offer pending

    5. Manchester Metropolitan University
    Offer pending but I think I will remove it from my UCAS choices if I do not hear from them soon - this was my backup

    Any idea which one I should choose?

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    Submitted my application on 13/10
    Applied to: Oxford, Bristol, UCL, KCL and Durham
    Took LNAT on 16/10
    Waiting for replies from all of them,
    GCSE: 11A*s
    AS: AABB
    Predicted: A*AA
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    Submitted my application on Tuesday and sat the LNAT on Thursday last week.

    I applied to:
    UCL
    King's
    Nottingham
    Bristol
    Warwick

    GCSEs: 3 A*s, 8 As and 1 B
    AS levels: AABB
    A levels: A*AA

    Just got an unconditional offer from Nottingham today, just hoping on the rest now! (I got offers from the other four last year but AQA messed up the marking of my English so I missed the deadline, so had to reapply. So hopefully I'll get a full house!)
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    Applied 21/09
    Institutes: LSE, Queen Mary London, Exeter, Cardiff, Liverpool
    Offers: Queen Mary (A*AA), Exeter (AAA), Cardiff (AAB), Liverpool (ABB)
    Rejected by LSE (GCSES)
    AS: AAAB
    GCSE: 5A, 5B,1C
    A2 Predicted: A*A*A
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    Only applied to University of Manchester. I applied for psychology at other universities. My initial plan was to do psychology and then do a GDL because I want to advocate for people with mental health issues in the legal system.

    Applied on 24th of October, got offer on October 31st.

    Actually applied for Law with Criminology.

    I'm doing an Access to HE as I'm 24, and they just want 45 credits at distinction. Scary - but possible.

    GCSEs: 2 at C (English Language and Maths), 3 at D
    Key skills: level 2 Communication

    no other qualifications until I get my Access diploma next year.

    My other offers are for psychology (MMU, Salford). I didn't even see that they did law w/ criminology at Salford until three weeks after I sent my application off D:
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    UCAS sumbitted - 20/10
    LNAT - 27/10
    Applied to - Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham, Exeter & Warwick
    Offers - Cardiff (AAB) but still waiting for others
    GCSE's - 7 A*'s & 5 A's
    AS - AABC
    Predicted A2's - A*AAA
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    (Original post by ahmed369)
    When did you submit your application if you have already?
    Have you received offers? Have any of your friends received offers.
    Please mention the Unis you are applying to.
    And also your GCSE grades along with A'Level predictions and the offer that you recieved

    Please only mention the offers if you have any.
    This is more of an informational thread than a discussion one so that members can get an idea of the what sort of candidates are getting offers
    Thankyou
    submitted my application on 7th of November
    I have received 4/5 offers
    applied to John Moores for two courses, Uni of Liverpool, sheff hallam, uni of esssex (Essex is the only one I havent heard from)
    2-A, 3-B, 3-C GCSE
    A-philosophy, B-Sociology, C-psychology
    all offers conditional of either BBB, ABB or 120 ucas points
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    Application submitted: 13/10
    Unis applied to: Oxford, UCL, LSE, Durham and Warwick
    Offer received from Warwick, some correspondence with LSE.

    GCSE grades: 2 A* 5As 2Bs
    AS: AAAB
    A-level prediction: A*A*A

    Guys, I need some advice. I think I ****ed up the essay on my LNAT quite badly.

    Do you think that completely ruins my chances with UCL/Durham/Oxford who use the exam? Thanks
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    (Original post by georgios131)
    Application submitted: 13/10
    Unis applied to: Oxford, UCL, LSE, Durham and Warwick
    Offer received from Warwick, some correspondence with LSE.

    GCSE grades: 2 A* 5As 2Bs
    AS: AAAB
    A-level prediction: A*A*A

    Guys, I need some advice. I think I ****ed up the essay on my LNAT quite badly.

    Do you think that completely ruins my chances with UCL/Durham/Oxford who use the exam? Thanks
    Firstly - I'm sure it wasn't as bad as you think it was. Besides, they'll have your personal statement as evidence of your writing ability too.

    Then, you've got the multiple choice section, which you might have done brilliantly in. The LNAT isn't black and white, they use it alongside everything else. Try not to worry too much!
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    (Original post by Jedwards)
    Firstly - I'm sure it wasn't as bad as you think it was. Besides, they'll have your personal statement as evidence of your writing ability too.

    Then, you've got the multiple choice section, which you might have done brilliantly in. The LNAT isn't black and white, they use it alongside everything else. Try not to worry too much!
    thanks mate! I am currently worrying too much you are right
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    Application submitted: November 10
    Applied to: Durham, Bristol, Nottingham, Leeds, Exeter
    Received all acknowledgements
    Received an offer from Nottingham for 38 IB

    GCSE's: 5A*, 2A, 1B
    IB prediction: 38 IB points (equivelent to AAA)
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    Hi, can anyone help me?
    I'm sending my application off for Law on Tuesday (my LNAT is December 15th)
    I'm applying to: Kings, Bristol, Warwick, Birmingham & Exeter
    My predicted grades are: A*A*A
    My AS grades are: AAB (I have medical conditions that allowed me to do 3)
    My GCSES are: 4As, 3Bs, 3Cs & 3 D* in BTEC
    I have a really good PS & refrence
    Also, I have unrelatedwork experience at two
    restaurants + related experience at courtrooms and have had pretty good extra curricular activities (ballet, tap & modern which I have done 14 exams in)
    I have taken part in debate activities such as Mock UN summits....
    What are my chances? I am extremely worried I don't have much of a chance & I have very little confidence about the whole application!
 
 
 
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