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I flopped my A levels and was wondering which is better for Law.
Also considering doing a foundation year at a better University such as SOAS or QM.
What are my best options for studying Law?
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no point in doing a foundation at somewhere like SOAS (with all the costs that come with it) if you can start now

avoid Southbank

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no point in doing a foundation at somewhere like SOAS (with all the costs that come with it) if you can start now

avoid Southbank

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Thank you for your answer. Out of the remaining unis in clearing for Law what do you think are my best options?
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Thank you for your answer. Out of the remaining unis in clearing for Law what do you think are my best options?
Which unis are still in Clearing for law?
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Which unis are still in Clearing for law?
https://digital.ucas.com/search/resu...VWaw1YxZToq0E1

Here is the list
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no point in doing a foundation at somewhere like SOAS (with all the costs that come with it) if you can start now

avoid Southbank

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What s particularly bad about South Bank?
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Thank you for your answer. Out of the remaining unis in clearing for Law what do you think are my best options?
What are your grades? Even in clearing some are asking for ABB while the ordinary offers for others were CCC - going lower probably
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I didnt realise City was still available except as graduate?
QM is but I dont see foundation.
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My grades are the equivalent of BBC or BCC
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I didnt realise City was still available except as graduate?
QM is but I dont see foundation.
I have a place pending for City. QM has filled all their places for clearing.
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I have a place pending for City. QM has filled all their places for clearing.
City then. Not sure if you were looking outside London. Ultimately your A levels limit you.
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City then. Not sure if you were looking outside London. Ultimately your A levels limit you.
I have mitigating circumstances regarding my A levels as i was predicted AAB
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I have mitigating circumstances regarding my A levels as i was predicted AAB
Then presumably you used the special consideration procedure? In any event it would be clear city on the basis of choice you gave.
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My grades are the equivalent of BBC or BCC
Hi, I got into the university of Sussex with BBC for law. Try there maybe? My insurance was London Southbank but I asked them to release me a couple of months ago because they’re just awful. Cardiff and Southampton also gave me others for law through clearing
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Then presumably you used the special consideration procedure? In any event it would be clear city on the basis of choice you gave.
We don't have that in the country where i took the exams
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What s particularly bad about South Bank?
Low-achieving students who reportedly don't care about much
Not much employer involvement outside criminal boutques/legal aid centres
Zero research capacity

Area isn't bad, actually - it's gentrifying nicely, and it's fairly close to the City etc.

It's one of those places that shouldn't really be teaching law
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Low-achieving students who reportedly don't care about much
Not much employer involvement outside criminal bouCitques/legal aid centres
Zero research capacity

Area isn't bad, actually - it's gentrifying nicely, and it's fairly close to the City etc.

It's one of those places that shouldn't really be teaching law
City it is then
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We don't have that in the country where i took the exams
I expect they do if its cie or Ial.
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Low-achieving students who reportedly don't care about much
Not much employer involvement outside criminal boutques/legal aid centres
Zero research capacity

Area isn't bad, actually - it's gentrifying nicely, and it's fairly close to the City etc.

It's one of those places that shouldn't really be teaching law
How come it's above City in most rankings?
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How come it's above City in most rankings?
This is something that you can figure out with a bit of observation
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