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Hey,
I'm currently studying Law with Foundation year at ULaw , and i'm wanting to transfer to MMU for sept 2022 year for the Law course. i have done my foundation year and am now starting my first year. Are MMU they likely to accept me? I got DDD (sociology, psychology and Law) for my a-levels. i needed to get

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to initially attend MMU when I got my A Levels but only got 72 as I got DDD

One of the biggest reasons for choosing MMU is because I think MMU is a better university then my current one and has my preferred teaching style
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Ring them up and ask them. Year 1 entry would be through clearing so the should be able to give you a quick answer and then finalise things with a ucas application
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Ring them up and ask them. Year 1 entry would be through clearing so the should be able to give you a quick answer and then finalise things with a ucas application
Thank you I'll do that 😊
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Hey,
I'm currently studying Law with Foundation year at ULaw , and i'm wanting to transfer to MMU for sept 2022 year for the Law course. i have done my foundation year and am now starting my first year. Are MMU they likely to accept me? I got DDD (sociology, psychology and Law) for my a-levels. i needed to get

80
UCAS Tariff points
A levels *– CDD, to include at least one relevant A level (excludes Art and Design, Media Studies, Business/Business Studies, General Studies).

to initially attend MMU when I got my A Levels but only got 72 as I got DDD

One of the biggest reasons for choosing MMU is because I think MMU is a better university then my current one and has my preferred teaching style
Have you thought about redoing your A- )levels ?
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