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I plan on applying for law through clearing or adjustment (depending on my results), however I currently hold offers for economics. If i apply through clearing/adjustment will I have to take any online LNAT or admissions test at the unis that usually require them?
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I plan on applying for law through clearing or adjustment (depending on my results), however I currently hold offers for economics. If i apply through clearing/adjustment will I have to take any online LNAT or admissions test at the unis that usually require them?
You are not likely to get into universities who want LNAT. Most will not be in clearing anyway and will likely want LNAT which you dont have.
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As above, I’d probably start looking for non-LNAT universities if I were you
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I plan on applying for law through clearing or adjustment (depending on my results), however I currently hold offers for economics. If i apply through clearing/adjustment will I have to take any online LNAT or admissions test at the unis that usually require them?
Only a few unis require the LNAT anyway - just apply to a uni that doesn't ask for it?
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In the end, if you're applying via clearing, it doesn't matter that much but many uni's that require the LNAT (E.g. Bristol) do not have Law available via clearing as its a very competitive course. Don't be disheartened and still do try to call the Universities you're concerned about, preferably before results day so you're better prepared.
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You'd have to take it, and besides, none of the LNAT universities would be available through clearing, and only possibly Bristol through adjustment.

There are some decent non-LNAT unis in clearing usually, so have a look at those.
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You'd have to take it, and besides, none of the LNAT universities would be available through clearing, and only possibly Bristol through adjustment.

There are some decent non-LNAT unis in clearing usually, so have a look at those.
Actually Bristol was the only one I heard of last year that did let people in through Adjustment with A*AA and no LNAT but don't know if they will be in Adjustement this year or have the same requirements
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Actually Bristol was the only one I heard of last year that did let people in through Adjustment with A*AA and no LNAT but don't know if they will be in Adjustement this year or have the same requirements
Interesting.

And exactly, you don't want to make guarantees to the OP when realistically the chances are slim and we'll have to wait until Thursday to be certain.

Are some other great places though which don't require it and should be available.
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By the way, if you want to study Law because you honestly like the subject, try choosing different but similar humanities subjects like Politics or Philosophy that are close enough to law. About half of trainee's didn't study Law and with the SQE you won't have to do a GDL (as far as I'm aware, I could be wrong).
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By the way, if you want to study Law because you honestly like the subject, try choosing different but similar humanities subjects like Politics or Philosophy that are close enough to law. About half of trainee's didn't study Law and with the SQE you won't have to do a GDL (as far as I'm aware, I could be wrong).
I'd second this. With Philosophy you can specialise in, among other things, Logic, which is crucial for constructing sound legal arguments. At Kent everyone has an academic advisor (I'm one) and if there are students studying Philosophy who want to do Law, it's quite easy to build any professional qualification exams into your Academic Career Plan, even if you don't study the subject.
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