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What university’s in London would you recommend for law??
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What university’s in London would you recommend for law??
That depends on your predicted grades?
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Well I hope to get AAB but I obviously need back up options
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Do you want full time or part time law degree options?
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Full time I’m currently doing a levels- history sociology and English
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Well I hope to get AAB but I obviously need back up options
That is relevant because the most highly regarded Unis in London (UCL, LSE KCL) will be looking for higher grades for Law (even though your A level predictions are really good).

The next best ones are Queen Mary, SOAS or City (probably in that order) if you need to be in London itself.
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Well I hope to get AAB but I obviously need back up options
Not a lot of options in London with AAB. Would be easier for you to go to one of the strong regional RGs, e.g. Manchester or Newcastle. The strongest you might get is SOAS or QMUL (if they're having a tough year).
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So you wouldn’t recommend going to london to study law
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Sorry, I just checked and Queen Mary are asking for A* AA too! (I think they sometimes take people with a bit lower but that would be a very risky choice).

So your options for good Unis are pretty limited. You would have more choice if you were prepared to travel a little way outside London, then you could look at places like Royal Holloway (University of London but based in Surrey). They want AAB - ABB...
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Sorry, I just checked and Queen Mary are asking for A* AA too! (I think they sometimes take people with a bit lower but that would be a very risky choice).

So your options for good Unis are pretty limited. You would have more choice if you were prepared to travel a little way outside London, then you could look at places like Royal Holloway (University of London but based in Surrey). They want AAB - ABB...
From my FOI stats, 42% enrolling missed 1 grade and 26% missed 2 grades. They state their standard offer is A*AA.

Unfortunately, they didn't tell me about how they give offers. So we don't know if they are only flexible on results day or when giving offers. They are more flexible around Clearing time, though. They also have a law with pol course that's easy to get on; and I believe it's AAB.
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Goldsmiths have a new Law degree starting September 2019, asking ABB.
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