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(Original post by River85)
Although it's irrelevant to the OP but Manchester's law department will see taking law and politics as problematic as much as, if not more than, Durham.

Durham don't officially have a blacklist (with the exception of general studies and possibly critical thinking).

Manchester do, plus a list of "less preferred subjects". Law is on there and politics too (I think).

Any, such talk is irrelevant. I'll go away now.
politics isn't on it. And is considered one of LSE's preferred subjects - result
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yup, i dont know how predicted gardes work but my teacher should predict me a B in spanish if i come close in my AS exams. ive told him i found it really hard and i hope he thinks i can get a B.
thankfully i have a good relationship with all my teachers
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yea - you should declare your AS's though not just put your A-levels as pending so they have to rely on teachers predictions. Alot of people who put pending and were predicted AAAA get rejected by alot of places, which was quite a shock, I declared my AABB and was predicted AA A/B B and got AAA offers, so i think it's better to just be honest.
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