Recently received an update on my UCAS application, saying that 2 out of 4 have given their answer - University of Leeds & University of Birmingham have given me conditional offers. In total, I have applied to 4 uni's for their Law programme: KCL, Oxford and the two aforementioned.
Currently am an IB student with 38 in predicted grades (HL Biology, Chemistry & English, SL Latvian Literature, Economics and Maths), and I am keenly hoping that KCL gives me an offer (I did take the LNAT - found the test part more of a torture than the essay, but then again, I love writing essays).
So, in case I get a positive response of any of the two others I've applied to, which should I pick as my second choice - Leeds or Birmingham?
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- 25-10-2016 06:50
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- 25-10-2016 09:10
Think about which course interests you more and pick unis that have grades that you're likely to get and grades that you're sure to get.