Are my grades good enough to be accepted for law?

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FaisalIB2019
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My grades are as follows; applying for 2019 entry but I just want to know if I'm on track.
IGCSE:
A* English literaure
A* Arabic
A English language
B RE
B biology
B in maths ( retaken cuz I got a D but there was extentuating circumstances)
C in history
C in Chemistry
C in business
F in ICT
Currently studying for the IB diploma and I am predicted: 43/45
HL:
Psychology 7
History 7
English A: Literature 6
SL:
Biology 6
Math studies 7
Arabic B 7
TOK and EE 3
I've already started writing up my personal statement and according to my uni advisor my Personal statement is " impeccable ". I have experience skills and lots of that other stuff unis like.
Do I stand a chance at applying for ( kings, UCL, LSE, queen Mary, SOAS)?
Any help is much appreciated!
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I got a rejection from LSE with 5A* and 5As at GCSE so your chances are not great. I know that Kings and UCL also look for good GCSE grades and at A Level you need A*AA predicted at least for both. Good luck tho!
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(Original post by FaisalIB2019)
My grades are as follows; applying for 2019 entry but I just want to know if I'm on track.
IGCSE:
A* English literaure
A* Arabic
A English language
B RE
B biology
B in maths ( retaken cuz I got a D but there was extentuating circumstances)
C in history
C in Chemistry
C in business
F in ICT
Currently studying for the IB diploma and I am predicted: 43/45
HL:
Psychology 7
History 7
English A: Literature 6
SL:
Biology 6
Math studies 7
Arabic B 7
TOK and EE 3
I've already started writing up my personal statement and according to my uni advisor my Personal statement is " impeccable ". I have experience skills and lots of that other stuff unis like.
Do I stand a chance at applying for ( kings, UCL, LSE, queen Mary, SOAS)?
Any help is much appreciated!
Well, you've certainly made a huge improvement.

I'd say Queen Mary and King's are very likely to give you an offer.

LSE is on the unlikely side. They don't use the LNAT, so it seems admission is going to be focused on your GCSEs, PS and predicted grades.

UCL is realistic if you can get a good LNAT score
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