Hey guys, i'd just like to know your adjustment experiences relating to law, which is considered a highly competitve course.
Does anyone know if theres a chance of these unis will have adjustment spaces in 2017 for law
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- Thread Starter
- 10-02-2017 20:45
- 11-02-2017 01:30
LSE will definitely not be open for adjustment:
"Due to oversubscription, we do not have the capacity to consider any students who hold an offer elsewhere but wish to 'adjust up' to study at the LSE. If your A level (or equivalent) results are better than you expected and you meet the entry requirements for a course at the School, your next opportunity to apply for a place will be in the 2018 UCAS cycle."
However, UCL, King's and Durham have been available in the past but it varies from year to year. Durham would probably be your best shot because they set out to leave approximately 10 spaces for adjustment each year. UCL and King's are not as reliable however, and it cannot be predicted if they will have even one space open for adjustment - it is rare. The golden triangle as a whole is less keen on adjustment because they turn away many outstanding candidates already from the original application period, and to take someone by adjustment when the review process is less stringent and thorough, even if they have the required grades, would be more of a risk. Good luck!