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    I study at Leeds and started on a foundation year in social sciences that had a pathway to law, however, you needed to get a pass rate at 75% on that year I believe. Anyway, they don't have entry requirements as it is made for none traditional students and there is a widening participation criterion but they do allow some circumstances if you have previously gained qualifications.

    It the BA Social Science degree programme with an integral foundation year. The course leader is called Richard Tavernier. Give him an email with your circumstances he's a really friendly guy.

    (Original post by MiaAnn21)
    I am really interested in sutudying law however am not very achedmic .
    I have 6 GCSEs , 4 B's in Dance, drama, expressive arts and music . I have a C in maths and English.

    I have a triple distinction in btec performing arts extended diploma.

    I know you can do foundation years in law if you don't meet entry requirements but looking at my current grades does anyone have any advice if they think it's possible for me to do?

    Am very dedermined and up for a Challenge.
    Many thanks
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