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needed an AAA for university of Manchester and got BBB 😩 they haven’t rejected me yet but they probably will. What should I do now? How does clearing work?
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needed an AAA for university of Manchester and got BBB 😩 they haven’t rejected me yet but they probably will. What should I do now? How does clearing work?
Did you have an insurance choice?
Are there any other universities with lower requirements that you'd be happy to go to?
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I had Queen Mary’s as insurance but I don’t think they’ll accept me. I’ll go anywhere with a good law program tbh
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I had Queen Mary’s as insurance but I don’t think they’ll accept me. I’ll go anywhere with a good law program tbh
What was Queen Mary's requirements? I heard they're quite lenient!
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A*AA 😂😂
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needed an AAA for university of Manchester and got BBB 😩 they haven’t rejected me yet but they probably will. What should I do now? How does clearing work?
wat u on about? results arent out yet?
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wat u on about? results arent out yet?
CIE A level results were released yesterday
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Hi Noor Haider have you considered coming to do your LLB in Scotland?

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Hi Noor Haider have you considered coming to do your LLB in Scotland?

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How could I apply?
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How could I apply?
Hi Noor Haider if you give us a call on the clearing line: 0800 389 3931 we will be able to give you more information. Let me know if you have any other questions about Law. I'm currently on the Graduate Entrant (Scots and English) LLB at Strathclyde.

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Hi Noor Haider if you give us a call on the clearing line: 0800 389 3931 we will be able to give you more information. Let me know if you have any other questions about Law. I'm currently on the Graduate Entrant (Scots and English) LLB at Strathclyde.

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You can't try to poach applicants who are not yet in Clearing. That's against the UCAS Admissions Principles.

OP has not yet got a decision from either their firm or insurance choice.
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You can't try to poach applicants who are not yet in Clearing. That's against the UCAS Admissions Principles.

OP has not yet got a decision from either their firm or insurance choice.
Tell em PQ
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Be careful, if you study law in Scotland you can't practice law in England or Wales without a conversion course
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You can't try to poach applicants who are not yet in Clearing. That's against the UCAS Admissions Principles.

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Apologies I didn't realise they weren't in clearing

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Be careful, if you study law in Scotland you can't practice law in England or Wales without a conversion course
I plan to practice in England after I graduate next year as I have both Scots and English law

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