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Hi,

I’ve applied to these universities:
Southampton
Manchester
Cambridge
Warwick
Royal Holloway-Safety

My predicted is A*A*A and I want to read Law.

Do you think it was a bad decision not applying to any LNAT universities?
There isn’t a specific reason as to why I haven’t applied to any, I just thought it would alleviate stress.

Do you think other universities; LSE, UCL, Kings would be a better shot
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Also,

I would love to go to Cambridge but if not, I would firm Manchester (A*AA) and then insure Southampton (AAB)
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LNAT is just a way for Unis to assess applications - it doesnt in itself mean that those courses/Unis are in any way 'better', and btw there is no preferenece for 'LNAT Unis' by employers.
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(Original post by Cuworldax)
Hi,

I’ve applied to these universities:
Southampton
Manchester
Cambridge
Warwick
Royal Holloway-Safety

My predicted is A*A*A and I want to read Law.

Do you think it was a bad decision not applying to any LNAT universities?
There isn’t a specific reason as to why I haven’t applied to any, I just thought it would alleviate stress.

Do you think other universities; LSE, UCL, Kings would be a better shot
No not at all - only if you want to live and study in London
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No not at all - only if you want to live and study in London
Realistically, I would want to work in London.
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(Original post by Cuworldax)
Realistically, I would want to work in London.
I meant for your degree.
There’s no problem for a person to study outside London then work in London.
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