cherlyne
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I was initially quite certain about applying to do law at Cambridge. However, I just got my AS grades (they contribute 50% to my A-levels) and I got AAB. I've been predicted A*AA. But with these AS grades, should I even bother applying? I know law at Cambridge is really good but really competitive. I wouldn't want to miss out on such an opportunity (to be able to study at Cambridge ) but, on the other hand, I only have 5 slots I can utilise.

What are your opinions?
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If you want to go there then apply. There is no harm-you still have 4 other places you can apply to
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I agree that there is no harm in applying though you may be better off trying Oxford as if you stun at interview they will be more relaxed about grades.

If you come from a poor performing school Cambridge may be slightly more lenient! If you are from a good school, then I doubt those grades will be high enough and they may ask you for higher. My Cambridge law offer this year was A*A*A...
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