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So I emailed Exeter university enquiring about their entry requirements for law and whether they accept a level 3 health and social course for their law course, which they said they do and i have found out too late as i have already sent off my application a while ago now.

Is it safer to get into extra or adjustment?
Also, will my personal statement matter? Because in my personal statement, i have included about criminology and law (which i have applied to in different unis) but now i want to do JUST law in exeter uni, so will it matter?
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I don't think it will matter but ask them if they will require another personal statement and you should be able to email it to them to attach to the ucas application
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(Original post by Syipx)
So I emailed Exeter university enquiring about their entry requirements for law and whether they accept a level 3 health and social course for their law course, which they said they do and i have found out too late as i have already sent off my application a while ago now.

Is it safer to get into extra or adjustment?
Also, will my personal statement matter? Because in my personal statement, i have included about criminology and law (which i have applied to in different unis) but now i want to do JUST law in exeter uni, so will it matter?
If you are the person who raised this previously the big question is whether Exeter will be available in Extra or Adjustment. Based on previous years it is unlikely that Exeter will have Law in clearing or adjustment. For a number of years there were very few courses in clearing or adjustment at Streatham for UK students. It was slightly different last year which may well have been the impact of the racial issues with the Broxton Law society. There is no guarantee Exeter will have Law in adjustment so Extra is your better option if it is available. As far as your PS is concerned I dont think it will present major problems. Your predicted grades for Btec exceeded the entry requirements so there is an excellent chance of getting an offer if Exeter still have places in Extra.
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/educatio...clearing-2018/
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