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Playa4Real007
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For a subject like law which is highly competitve three A grades are a standard entry grade for any student wishing to go to the top universities. I was just looking over the Kings College London Law website and it says

"These results must have been obtained within 2 years’ study. Resits are not accepted unless there was mitigation for the first attempt. A students who fails to achieve the target offer are unlikely to get a place"

Does this mean there can be no resits after the 2 years of study or at all during those 2 years?

Thanks in advance
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I think it means people who resit the entire year. but the best way to find out it to ask them. Why do you feel you need to resit?
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Not really i just want to up my UMS a bit more in January. But Kings is a choice of Uni i would take and if i cant resit im not going to lol
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