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    What would be a good safety / insurance university for Law, in case you screw up the LNAT?
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    (Original post by SunnySpanishinUK)
    What would be a good safety / insurance university for Law?
    You havent really supplied sufficient information. LSE, Warwick, Durham, Bristol.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You havent really supplied sufficient information. LSE, Warwick, Durham, Bristol.
    Durham and Bristol look at the LNAT... lol (even though Bristol is said to be very lenient, idk)

    Putting LSE as an insurance to anything is risky. There's a guy on here who did so and it worked out well for him, but I'm not so sure that it's a good failsafe for all applicants.
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    Warwick, Manchester, Lancaster, UEA, York etc. are all universities which don't require the LNAT so could be good back ups.
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    newcastle is another good uni for law
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    Birmingham no longer need it either
 
 
 
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