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    I've applied to both and not heard anything back, i'm not expecting an unconditional as I have not yet sat my highers...
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    (Original post by eviellc)
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    I have a friend who has heard back for Law in Edinburgh.
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    I applied to Law with French Language on the 12th January and got a conditional back on the 19th
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    Well done!😊
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    I am still waiting for replies from both, but I heard Glasgow tend to reply in March for Law
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    I've heard back from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, but you're right, Edinburgh is notorious for taking their time to respond.
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    (Original post by AndreasCooke)
    I've heard back from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, but you're right, Edinburgh is notorious for taking their time to respond.
    Congrats! If you don't mind me asking, how long did they take to reply to you and what predicteds did you apply with?
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    Glasgow replied on the 20th of January, and Edinburgh on the 15th of February. My predicted grades are 3 a's at advanced higher.
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    Just got rejected from Edinburgh's Law and Politics course :indiff:
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    Can I ask what grades you applied with? Thanks :-)
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    Are you planning on going to uni straight from fifth year? This is what I'm wanting to do (in 4th right now). Do you know if it's a disadvantage applying a year early? Just because law is so competitive and there will be people with multiple more highers.
    In my nat 5's I'm taking maths, English, history, French and business management - I'm targeted for all A's but reckon I'll get a B in maths. I'm also going higher Modern studies this year which I'm expected to get an A in. Next year I'm taking all the same subject except dropping maths and taking adv.higher mod. Do you know roughly how they(ggow/Edinburgh) treat admissions from younger applicants?

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    I've applied to both and not heard anything back, i'm not expecting an unconditional as I have not yet sat my highers...
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    same here, i'm taking 9 nat 5s and 6 highers, predicted 8 As at nat 5.
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    They'll probably be giving conditions and unconditionals to those who have sat their highers and then if there are still places left, you could get a conditional
 
 
 
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