WANT TO SWITCH BRISTOL UNI COURSES. what should i do?Watch
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Much like Medicine, if you do not sit the entrance exam you will not be successful in applying to the course.
You have an offer for English which is unrelated. You do not meet the entry requirements for the Law programme at Bristol because you have not sat the LNAT. You will not be successful. Your only option is to wait, sit the LNAT and apply for next year's intake.
It is really that simple. If you don't sit the LNAT, you cannot apply in any form, as per their admissions statement: "LNAT: All applicants must take the Law National Admissions Test (known as LNAT)".
Those kind of transfers happen mostly within faculties. For example I had people transfer to my previous course (Neuroscience) from Pharmacology, because the first year was basically exactly the same except for one unit. That is not the case for English to Law, they are different faculties.
To put it as simply (and perhaps bluntly, sorry) as possible: If you did not sit the LNAT, you will not get in to Law at Bristol under any circumstances.
You need to either continue on with English as that is your offer, and request a transfer after first year is finished (You will still need to sit the LNAT) but that is a risky strategy, they may not have a place for you and you end up using a year of Student Finance.
Or, you can not go to university this year, sit the LNAT once testing begins in September 2020 for 21/22 intake.