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    Hi everyone, I am an international student applying for law in the UK in 2017. My choices are as follow:
    1. LSE
    2. UCL
    3. KCL
    4. Durham
    5.Bristol

    I just submitted my UCAS application on 31st Dec 2016 and did my LNAT on 3rd Jan 2017.
    I just received a rejection from Bristol yest, but was also offered alternative courses such as criminology and social policy. I'd like to know what are the implications of such an early rejection and what are my chances for the remaining universities.

    PS: I do not know my predicted grades or my LNAT scores
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    (Original post by mignightsun98)
    Hi everyone, I am an international student applying for law in the UK in 2017. My choices are as follow:
    1. LSE
    2. UCL
    3. KCL
    4. Durham
    5.Bristol

    I just submitted my UCAS application on 31st Dec 2016 and did my LNAT on 3rd Jan 2017.
    I just received a rejection from Bristol yest, but was also offered alternative courses such as criminology and social policy. I'd like to know what are the implications of such an early rejection and what are my chances for the remaining universities.

    PS: I do not know my predicted grades or my LNAT scores
    I think that people on TSR will be most interested in knowing your grades, and what you think you got in the LNAT. That, I suspect, will play a big role in why you got rejected so early, unless something atrocious happened in your personal statement.
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    (Original post by mignightsun98)
    Hi everyone, I am an international student applying for law in the UK in 2017. My choices are as follow:
    1. LSE
    2. UCL
    3. KCL
    4. Durham
    5.Bristol

    I just submitted my UCAS application on 31st Dec 2016 and did my LNAT on 3rd Jan 2017.
    I just received a rejection from Bristol yest, but was also offered alternative courses such as criminology and social policy. I'd like to know what are the implications of such an early rejection and what are my chances for the remaining universities.

    PS: I do not know my predicted grades or my LNAT scores
    Bristol is probably the least selective out of your choices. However, it could be something that particularly Bristol does not like. But honestly, seeing the offer rate (70%) at Bristol, I would not be very confident about your other choices..
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    (Original post by mignightsun98)
    Hi everyone, I am an international student applying for law in the UK in 2017. My choices are as follow:
    1. LSE
    2. UCL
    3. KCL
    4. Durham
    5.Bristol

    I just submitted my UCAS application on 31st Dec 2016 and did my LNAT on 3rd Jan 2017.
    I just received a rejection from Bristol yest, but was also offered alternative courses such as criminology and social policy. I'd like to know what are the implications of such an early rejection and what are my chances for the remaining universities.

    PS: I do not know my predicted grades or my LNAT scores
    what were your AS grades? (if you do a levels)
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    (Original post by Mieleki)
    Bristol is probably the least selective out of your choices. However, it could be something that particularly Bristol does not like. But honestly, seeing the offer rate (70%) at Bristol, I would not be very confident about your other choices..
    Where did you find the info on the offer rate in Law from Bristol? What are the offer rates from other units?
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    (Original post by vnupe)
    Where did you find the info on the offer rate in Law from Bristol? What are the offer rates from other units?

    Which Uni i think
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    (Original post by vnupe)
    Where did you find the info on the offer rate in Law from Bristol? What are the offer rates from other units?
    http://university.which.co.uk/univer...00-m100-426219
 
 
 
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