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I have received all 5 of my Uni offers to study Law, I am just trying to decide which one would be best to choose as my Firm/Insurance choice.
The offers I have received are:
Royal Holloway: A,B,B
University of Law: A,B,B
University of West London: 112 UP's
London South Bank: A, C, C, C
Uni of Hertfordshire: Unconditional Offer
I need some advice or guidance on what would be best for me to choose.
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Think about the conditions, if you think you can achieve ABB then pick one of them, if that’s where you want to go. Your firm offer should be where you want to go the most and then your insurance should be an offer with lower conditions, to make sure if you don’t get your firm you can go in your insurance.

It’s your choice, no one can decide for you.
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(Original post by katherine340)
Think about the conditions, if you think you can achieve ABB then pick one of them, if that’s where you want to go. Your firm offer should be where you want to go the most and then your insurance should be an offer with lower conditions, to make sure if you don’t get your firm you can go in your insurance.

It’s your choice, no one can decide for you.
I'm not so worried about the conditions, I believe I can meet those grades. I dont know whether I should go with the easy option: the Unconditional Offer or go for the better Uni's.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I have received all 5 of my Uni offers to study Law, I am just trying to decide which one would be best to choose as my Firm/Insurance choice.
The offers I have received are:
Royal Holloway: A,B,B
University of Law: A,B,B
University of West London: 112 UP's
London South Bank: A, C, C, C
Uni of Hertfordshire: Unconditional Offer
I need some advice or guidance on what would be best for me to choose.
I like all the Uni's, the grades are fine, I just want to know which Uni out of the 5 would be the best to study Law.
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I'm not so worried about the conditions, I believe I can meet those grades. I dont know whether I should go with the easy option: the Unconditional Offer or go for the better Uni's.
If I was you I would choose one of the better unis as a firm offer and the unconditional as insurance.
Since the conditions don’t worry you then you should be fine.
Good Luck!
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