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    Hi all,

    I've been researching universities in order to study LLB Law but I'm really struggling to pick my 5 choices. I'm predicted AAA (could possibly get A*AA if I work hard) and know 2 of my choices are already UCL and Liverpool (insurance if things go bad).

    Out of Exeter, Nottingham, Leeds and Kings, what are the pros and cons of each in terms of the course, campus, student life, etc?

    I'm really struggling with this so if anyone has any personal experiences or advice it would be much appreciated!

    London universities have the worst student satisfaction in the UK such as Kings, LSE etc. so if you want to be happy whilst you are studying then apply elsewhere! It really depends on what you are after... if you are a social person, then student life and campus will be really important to you but if you are there to get your degree and that is it... then focus on what the course gives you and what opportunities will you get after you complete the course...

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