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Hey guys!!
I am an international student i got my bachelors degree in Pol Sci from USA. I want to apply for law school as my second bachelors. Do you know whats the take on Law schools with students like me trying to get a second Bachelors? Do they take it as a good bad thing? And if anyone of you are doing the same thing.
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Hey guys!!
I am an international student i got my bachelors degree in Pol Sci from USA. I want to apply for law school as my second bachelors. Do you know whats the take on Law schools with students like me trying to get a second Bachelors? Do they take it as a good bad thing? And if anyone of you are doing the same thing.
Contact uni admissions. You cna apply as a full undergraduate 3 years or graduate senior status 2 years.
They will take into account which uni and what grades you have.
You still apply using the UCAS system, which administers all the applications and offers.

They wont care as long as you meet the mark. I do not know what grades they will require as there are numerous law schools so you will have to investigate by contacting admissions. I wouldnt worry UK unis are used to accepting students from all over the world so they will be able to tell you more. The research will help you find your level as to which of the law schools will consider you. Try and get in the best one you can, but also take into account all the other important factors when choosing, such as location, expense, facilities etc. If you get stuck you can use the law forums here. There is an excess of law students in the UK, so if you have ambitions for UK law, then realise it is very competitive.

https://www.ucas.com/further-educati...-ucas-progress

You will need to decide whether you want 2019 where many courses are full or 2020.
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You wouldn’t be at a disadvantage, however maybe the GDL might be of interest?

https://www.allaboutlaw.co.uk/law-courses/gdl

Depends on whether you actually want to become a practicing lawyer though, and slightly on whether you want to do that in the UK or not...
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