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I'm going to apply for law at DMU for 2020. I have got GCSE's ranging from 9-7 and no AS grades as I am a priv candidate sitting both AS and A level (not even sure on why that info is necessary).

I just wanted to know if it is worth applying to DMU for law like are they good and did anyone secure places at the magic circle firms??
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I'm going to apply for law at DMU for 2020. I have got GCSE's ranging from 9-7 and no AS grades as I am a priv candidate sitting both AS and A level (not even sure on why that info is necessary).

I just wanted to know if it is worth applying to DMU for law like are they good and did anyone secure places at the magic circle firms??
Are they "good" is always an impossible question to answer as what do you mean by good? If you have to be in Leicester for some reason, then Leicester uni has a better reputation than De Montfort, so why not apply for both? I'm sure a career in Law is still very possible from DMU, but Law firms do care about academics so it will be the grades you achieve at A level that will determine whether your magic circle goal is realistic or not, not the uni you attend
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Are they "good" is always an impossible question to answer as what do you mean by good? If you have to be in Leicester for some reason, then Leicester uni has a better reputation than De Montfort, so why not apply for both? I'm sure a career in Law is still very possible from DMU, but Law firms do care about academics so it will be the grades you achieve at A level that will determine whether your magic circle goal is realistic or not, not the uni you attend
That is a broad question you're right, but you answered it with the reputation bit (telepathic haha) I will apply to both thanks for the info
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Hi,

Definitely apply to both Universities When applying to uni it is important to have options to choose from. Also if possible book your place for the open days. It's always easier to make the final decision about which uni is your first choice when you go to the campus yourself, see how everything looks and speak with current students and lecturers in person.

Our next Open Day is on the 12th of October I will be there as a student ambassador, ready to answer any questions you may have about DMU or just tell you about my experience as DMU student.

Here's a link with more info: https://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/undergra...SAAEgKRuvD_BwE

Good luck with your application!

- Dominika
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Hi,

Definitely apply to both Universities When applying to uni it is important to have options to choose from. Also if possible book your place for the open days. It's always easier to make the final decision about which uni is your first choice when you go to the campus yourself, see how everything looks and speak with current students and lecturers in person.

Our next Open Day is on the 12th of October I will be there as a student ambassador, ready to answer any questions you may have about DMU or just tell you about my experience as DMU student.

Here's a link with more info: https://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/undergra...SAAEgKRuvD_BwE

Good luck with your application!

- Dominika
Thank you so much! I will definitely to apply for both
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