Poll: King's College Law applicants 2021
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(Original post by Harri2912)
Not necessarily, the longer they wait, the more LNAT data they have to make a comparison because its worked on averages, and if they sent out offers when they made a decision they might be worried that people could work out LNAT scores and the like, which would be a violation of the LNAT system as a whole
I've already got offers from LNAT unis so I don't think they would be to worried about that. Plus someone on TSR got rejected from oxford, after asking for feedback they told them their LNAT score. I don't think they really care haha
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I've already got offers from LNAT unis so I don't think they would be to worried about that. Plus someone on TSR got rejected from oxford, after asking for feedback they told them their LNAT score. I don't think they really care haha
Guess not, that is quite surprising in honesty. But i do think they want to do them in batches like previous years, for whatever reason they use to justify it
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(Original post by danixoxno1o-d)
Since there is no other thread for king's law, why don't we use this one. You could answer the following questions:

- Date taken of LNAT
- Predicted grades
- Top 3 unis
-Offers s0 far
- King's Apply Date Submitted (2nd box on the left)
I sent my application in October but sat my LNAT in mid September if I remember correctly .
I haven’t heard from kcl yet .
My predicted grades are A*AB so I won’t be surprised if I get rejected but I just wanted to apply anyways .
I have an offer at Exeter and at Royal holloway so it’s not the end of the world if I don’t get in.
Good luck to everyone and hopefully you all get an offer
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anyone else got saved/submitted on the 28/01/21?
Meeee. I applied in mid-December
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(Original post by danixoxno1o-d)
Since there is no other thread for king's law, why don't we use this one. You could answer the following questions:

- Date taken of LNAT
- Predicted grades
- Top 3 unis
-Offers s0 far
- King's Apply Date Submitted (2nd box on the left)
Hey everyone. I'll start by saying I wish you all luck and hope to be studying with you all at KCL next September! Anyways...

I took my LNAT on the 8th of December and my application was sent off by my school on the 15th or 16th of December. My predicted grades are A*A*A ( I study Politics, Economics and History ). My top three unis are UCL, KCL and Bristol out of the five I applied to. So far I received offers from Bristol and Exeter on the 13th of January (within 3 hours of eachother!!!) and Queen Mary on the 29th of January. My Kings portal submitted date has changed to the 28th of January, so I'm guessing I'm in the second batch and those who applied in January and near the deadline will be in the third batch.

I only did two practice papers on the night before my LNAT (oops) and got 28 on the Arbitio website and 23 on the official LNAT site. I'm hoping that means I've scored somewhere in the mid twenties but we will see!
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(Original post by danixoxno1o-d)
Since there is no other thread for king's law, why don't we use this one. You could answer the following questions:

- Date taken of LNAT
- Predicted grades
- Top 3 unis
-Offers s0 far
- King's Apply Date Submitted (2nd box on the left)
- October 26th
- A* RS A* politics A English Lang
- Cambridge (rejected post interview) UCL / KCL
- offers from Leeds and Birmingham. Happy to go to leeds if I miss out on UCL and KCL
- 9/12/20
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Anonymous #5
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(Original post by jayden.gilholy)
Hey everyone. I'll start by saying I wish you all luck and hope to be studying with you all at KCL next September! Anyways...

I took my LNAT on the 8th of December and my application was sent off by my school on the 15th or 16th of December. My predicted grades are A*A*A ( I study Politics, Economics and History ). My top three unis are UCL, KCL and Bristol out of the five I applied to. So far I received offers from Bristol and Exeter on the 13th of January (within 3 hours of eachother!!!) and Queen Mary on the 29th of January. My Kings portal submitted date has changed to the 28th of January, so I'm guessing I'm in the second batch and those who applied in January and near the deadline will be in the third batch.

I only did two practice papers on the night before my LNAT (oops) and got 28 on the Arbitio website and 23 on the official LNAT site. I'm hoping that means I've scored somewhere in the mid twenties but we will see!
Hello! Were you ever put on hold for Bristol?
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(Original post by danixoxno1o-d)
Since there is no other thread for king's law, why don't we use this one. You could answer the following questions:

- Date taken of LNAT
- Predicted grades
- Top 3 unis
-Offers s0 far
- King's Apply Date Submitted (2nd box on the left)
1. 21st November

2. equivalent to A*A*A*AA
3. LSE, UCL, KINGS
4. none, but i’m on hold at bristol
5. 20/1/2021
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Hello! Were you ever put on hold for Bristol?
No I don't think so...

Don't they only do that for international students? (:
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Anonymous #4
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I honestly just wish they’d at least start rejecting people. I will be so upset if I’ve waited this long just to be rejected. Surely by now they could’ve filtered out like the lowest LNAT scores or something. This is unbelievable
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Hi,

I'll drop my stats
Date taken of LNAT: 12/10/20
- Predicted grades: A*AAA
- Top 3 unis: UCL KCL BRISTOL
-Offers s0 far: Bristol in october, Manchester in november. Not heard a thing from UCL OR KCL
- King's Apply Date Submitted (2nd box on the left): 09/12/20

The wait is killing me tbh
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(Original post by jayden.gilholy)
No I don't think so...

Don't they only do that for international students? (:
Is that true? Do they usually put international students on hold more? That would make sense, as I felt my application was really strong, and was blindsided by the hold decision.
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Is that true? Do they usually put international students on hold more? That would make sense, as I felt my application was really strong, and was blindsided by the hold decision.
I've never heard a home application being put on hold but I'm assuming it happens sometimes. I think it's because if you apply internationally there's much more competition.
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(Original post by jayden.gilholy)
I've never heard a home application being put on hold but I'm assuming it happens sometimes. I think it's because if you apply internationally there's much more competition.
So, does that mean that all international applications are put on hold, until they have all the applications?
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Hey, KCL rejected a fair few in late November/early December
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Hey, KCL rejected a fair few in late November/early December
I've heard that too, but not from anyone who has been rejected, just people saying that others had
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Anonymous #5
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Hey, KCL rejected a fair few in late November/early December
How do you know?
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Anonymous #6
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hey, i applied on 09/01 where my application was sent to kings on 10/01, i’ve gotten my application saved/submitted more than 3 times (the dates i can remember are 26/01, 02/02). does this mean i will be in the third batch of applicants? thank you
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hey, i applied on 09/01 where my application was sent to kings on 10/01, i’ve gotten my application saved/submitted more than 3 times (the dates i can remember are 26/01, 02/02). does this mean i will be in the third batch of applicants? thank you
No one actually knows what saved/submitted means and everyone is speculating.
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Something gives me the vibe that the save date constantly changing means they were like "okay...so...we will come back to this application". I applied in Mid-December but my save date is 28th of January so I'm assuming mine has been looked at multiple times because of how recent the date is.

Anyways!
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