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    Hi there, I'm an international student applying for matriculation in 2008. Am having the aforementioned dilemma at the moment and any constructive suggestions would be most welcomed.
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    Yeah, Downing have a huge reputation for law and as such receive a lot more applications for it. Therefore in terms of chances of getting in....I'd say Trinity may be easier to get into. But both are strongly academic colleges so if you're of the opinion that it's hard enough anyway, you should apply to whichever you personally prefer.
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    (Original post by Zebedee Funk)
    Therefore in terms of chances of getting in....I'd say Trinity may be easier to get into.
    I kind of disagree. On average a lot of the Downing applicants who're pooled later on receive offers from the other colleges. The same can't be said for Trinity. Thus, I would advise against playing the number game and for you to go for the college that best suits both your course as well as your preferences.
 
 
 
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