The Official Law Applicants Thread for 2022 Entry

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Are you applying or thinking of applying for Law for 2022 entry? Then this is the place to be!

This is a place to meet other applicants and chat during the application process. Image

Here are some icebreaker questions to get started with:

What specific course you are applying for:
What universities you are thinking of:
A level / IB / Higher predicted grades:
GCSE grades:
Extra curriculars:
(Share as much detail as you're comfortable with.)

You can also check out a list of other applicants threads here.
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Hi!
I'm applying to the standard 3 year LLB course, just sent out my application about 5 days ago.
The universities I applied to were King's, Queen Mary, Durham, Warwick and Leeds.
I'm actually an international student living in Abu Dhabi (near Dubai) but study with the Indian CBSE curriculum. My predicted grade is about 92% which on average translates to A*AA although varies depending on the university.
The extracurricular/super-curricular activities I mentioned in my PS were virtual internship, reading law-related books, online law-related courses, chess, a couple of creative writing activities and volunteering.
I finally feel like a huge burden has been lifted off of me after sending out my application but really want to keep hearing and researching about studying law in uni and student life. This thread seems like an excellent opportunity for that!
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