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jaideology
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I have heard from a few people that MMU have accepted them onto their Law course even if they haven't achieved BBB. Is this common or are the people I talk to just lucky?

I ideally wanted to do law at Manchester Uni, but messing around and not concentrating in college last year got me C, C, D at AS level and I can't see myself pushing that up to AAA lol

However, I could maybe push it up to BBB or just below with some hard work for MMU. I am planing on applying for the Law foundation year just incase, but just wondered if anyone had heard about MMU's acceptance leaniency.
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jaideology
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When you got your A Level results did you just phone them and explain? Or did they just accept you straight away?

I am trying so hard this year after acting like an idiot at AS, but I don't know if its too little too late.
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They let people in with CCD yet they wouldnt let me in with ACa which I self taught in 2 months? ^o)
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they let mature students in with no a levels
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they let mature students in with no a levels
Is that not different though because they are mature? I'm not sure, but my mum is in uni and she doesn't have any qualifications really. She just had to have a killer reference.

kirstinx, do you do law foundation?
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Yes thats what I am doing this year.
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Is it the same as a normal degree, but just an extra year?

I emailed the MMU foundation year people, but never got a reply.

Are you allowed to stay in halls and all that other stuff normal degree students get to do?
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Yes it is and yes you can
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Say hi to Val for me.
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(Original post by jaideology)
I have heard from a few people that MMU have accepted them onto their Law course even if they haven't achieved BBB. Is this common or are the people I talk to just lucky?


I ideally wanted to do law at Manchester Uni, but messing around and not concentrating in college last year got me C, C, D at AS level and I can't see myself pushing that up to AAA lol

However, I could maybe push it up to BBB or just below with some hard work for MMU. I am planing on applying for the Law foundation year just incase, but just wondered if anyone had heard about MMU's acceptance leaniency.
Just say "no". You are worth more than Law at MMU.

It is just a student factory in which distant lecturers teach even more distant and disengaged students. You might have a number (probably the amount you are paying), but, as far as the staff are concerned, you will never have a name. Unless you fail to pay, that is.

My advice is to go somewhere else; anywhere else. They might at least do you the courtesy at that institution of knowing that you exist and have a pulse.
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Just say "no". You are worth more than Law at MMU.

It is just a student factory in which distant lecturers teach even more distant and disengaged students. You might have a number (probably the amount you are paying), but, as far as the staff are concerned, you will never have a name. Unless you fail to pay, that is.

My advice is to go somewhere else; anywhere else. They might at least do you the courtesy at that institution of knowing that you exist and have a pulse.
Did you graduate? If so what do you do now?
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