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For Law, subjects are not important - its the high grades that matter. So getting D*s for BTEC is just as good as high grades at A level.
PS> Bristol also accepts BTEC Extended Diploma or A level/BTEC combos for LLB Law.
I have already completed a BTEC in Law L3 at a D* grade (equivalent to 1 A level) and I am currently completing a L3 BTEC in Business and am predicted to achieve D*, D*, D*. Do you think i'm likely to receive offers from Warwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool and QMUL? I don't know if they'll take BTEC as seriously as A level.....
For Manchester it says Humanities based BTEC DDD so you wll need to contact them.
Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma
We consider the National Extended Diploma for entry provided it is in a Humanities based subject. Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full National Extended Diploma with grades Distinction, Distinction, Distinction .
You can check the other three yourself. If the details arent on the page, then you need to contact them. They might be open minded considering the subject isnt that far off and your high predicteds. O'd think the other three will be less fussy. It will take you 10-15 mins to check.