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Is this thread too early? I think not.

Feel free to share your GCSE results, AS subjects, predicted grades and which Universities you plan on applying to.
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Is this thread too early? I think not.

Feel free to share your GCSE results, AS subjects, predicted grades and which Universities you plan on applying to.
I was hoping I could find a thread like this. I'm so excited at the prospect of uni.

My GCSEs aren't TSR standards: AABBCCCC
I'm currently predicted: AAB

Hoping to study LLB Law with Criminology:

University of Sheffield (AAB), Cardiff University (AAA-AAB), University of Leicester (AAB), University of Kent (AAA-ABB); Nottingham Trent (BBC/insurance).

I know I'm aiming high, but I want to test my luck.
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I was hoping I could find a thread like this. I'm so excited at the prospect of uni.

My GCSEs aren't TSR standards: AABBCCCC
I'm currently predicted: AAB

Hoping to study LLB Law with Criminology:

University of Birmingham (AAA), University of Manchester (Law w Criminology & international study AAA), University of Kent (pure law AAA/ABB), University of Liverpool (ABB); De Montfort (Law & Criminal Justice - 112 ucas points BBC/BBB?)

I know I'm aiming high, but I want to test my luck.
Don't worry about your GCSEs - universities don't care much for them anyway. I'm looking to study Law and Politics at Cardiff University.
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Don't worry about your GCSEs - universities don't care much for them anyway. I'm looking to study Law and Politics at Cardiff University.
Hey,

I also wanted to do it with politics instead of criminology as if I opted out of a law degree I would do an IR/politics degree, but not many universities offer it with politics and still be LLB. I know it's offered in university of Manchester, Cardiff, Keele; Liverpool. I don't really know any others.

I'm hoping to attend a taster session of politics and criminology and see which one I prefer to study with law.
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Hey,

I also wanted to do it with politics instead of criminology as if I opted out of a law degree I would do an IR/politics degree, but not many universities offer it with politics and still be LLB. I know it's offered in university of Manchester, Cardiff, Keele; Liverpool. I don't really know any others.

I'm hoping to attend a taster session of politics and criminology and see which one I prefer to study with law.
I really wanted to apply to the University of Birmingham for Law and Politics, sadly, they don't offer it. There are few Russell Group universities that offer Law and Politics as an integrated honours.

Do it! You never know, you might decide Politics is for you instead.

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I really wanted to apply to the University of Birmingham for Law and Politics, sadly, they don't offer it. There are few Russell Group universities that offer Law and Politics as an integrated honours.

Do it! You never know, you might decide Politics is for you instead.

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TBH I just really want to go either University of Birmingham or Manchester (more so Birmingham) so I'll probs stick wiyh Law with Criminology and my ps would be based on that course.
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Hey,

I also wanted to do it with politics instead of criminology as if I opted out of a law degree I would do an IR/politics degree, but not many universities offer it with politics and still be LLB. I know it's offered in university of Manchester, Cardiff, Keele; Liverpool. I don't really know any others.

I'm hoping to attend a taster session of politics and criminology and see which one I prefer to study with law.
There are a number of universities that offer qualifying law degrees in law and politics:

Just search for "politics" at the following link: https://www.sra.org.uk/students/cour...providers.page.

Other than the aforementioned ones, these unis offer them as qualifying law degrees: QMUL, Queen's University Belfast, Sussex, Swansea, Essex, Kent, Leicester, and a few more.
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Hoping to study Law with History or History and Politics at university.
GCSEs: 10 A*s, 1A
A-levels: 4A*s + an A* in EPQ
Universities: Kent, Exeter, Warwick, Cambridge and Edinburgh

I would love to be able study Law with History, but very few universities offer it. I hope to work in the civil service or in diplomacy in the future.
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Is this thread too early? I think not.

Feel free to share your GCSE results, AS subjects, predicted grades and which Universities you plan on applying to.
i think not too!

GCSE's- 3A*s, 3As, 2Bs, 1C

AS/A-level- Geography, Politics, History and an EPQ (predicted A*, A, A)

I reaaaaally want to go to York, mainly because of PBL, I'm also looking at warwick and KCL but I am trying to avoid the LNAT
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Hi everyone
IGCSEs: 9A*1A
AS levels: History, German, French, Maths, Spanish
hoping for AAA at AS- 2 of my courses are linear so I'm just taking 3 this year
Universities: Cambridge/Oxford, LSE, UCL, King's, Bristol
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Want to study Law LLB - wondering if you guys think my Uni choices are too ambitious?
GCSEs: 3 A*s, 3 As, 3 Bs
A-Level predicted (History, French, English Language): A*AA / AAA
Looking to apply to: - Durham (A*AA) - KCL/Warwick (AAA) - Exeter (AAB) - Bristol (ABB since I'm from a selected list of Bristolian schools) - Nottingham Trent.

Also; anyone got suggestions for a different 5th/insurance choice? Not many Uni's that appeal to me and have lower requirements.
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