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    Hi, I've applied for
    - Wesminister
    - Southbank
    - Middlesex
    - The Uni of Law
    - BPP
    I've got 4 offers, and still waiting for BPP
    Just wondering which one of these are the best Uni to study Law? If you lot have any experience in one of these places could you please share it.
    Thank you.
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    I've heard that BPP and the Uni of Law are not very good places for undergraduate study. Westminster is probably the best from your list.
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    Not trying to be ruse or anything but why law? If you wanna break into a decent firm you at least have to be from top 20. Law is very elitist
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    I've heard that BPP and the Uni of Law are not very good places for undergraduate study. Westminster is probably the best from your list.
    Thank you, I've heard that too, but it was too late to change because I've heard it after applying. Haha. Still thanks, I'm thinking of Westminster too.
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    (Original post by Samendra)
    Not trying to be ruse or anything but why law? If you wanna break into a decent firm you at least have to be from top 20. Law is very elitist
    No you do not.

    I attended a Uni outside the top 20 and work for a 'top 20 firm'.

    There are others who attended my Uni who also work at 'decent firms'.
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    (Original post by Jasy)
    No you do not.

    I attended a Uni outside the top 20 and work for a 'top 20 firm'.

    There are others who attended my Uni who also work at 'decent firms'.
    of coursee you can make it in, its easier if you are from top unis tho
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    (Original post by Samendra)
    of coursee you can make it in, its easier if you are from top unis tho
    Sorry, but a 1st from Westminster would beat a 2:2 from say, KCL any day of the week.
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    (Original post by dontcallmesammy)
    Sorry, but a 1st from Westminster would beat a 2:2 from say, KCL any day of the week.
    Pretty sure than ppl who to KCL, who got into law would be more focused on their careers and so wont get a 2:2.
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    (Original post by Samendra)
    Pretty sure than ppl who to KCL, who got into law would be more focused on their careers and so wont get a 2:2.
    For goodness sake, it was just an example. An to say someone is more focused on their career just because of the uni they go to is utter elitist rubbish. If it was true, places like KCL wouldn't award 2:2s, everyone would just automatically get a 1st.
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    (Original post by dontcallmesammy)
    For goodness sake, it was just an example. An to say someone is more focused on their career just because of the uni they go to is utter elitist rubbish. If it was true, places like KCL wouldn't award 2:2s, everyone would just automatically get a 1st.
    Lol, im not saying that why are you getting frustrated? Im just saying ppl who go to uni's like KCL would have better academics and have worked harder than ppl going to lower unis and so would naturally get better results, meaning that they will generally do better on average. Plus if you do go to 'lower' unis it will be hard to get a first as your academic history would suggest that you havent worked as hard as you should have.
 
 
 
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