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I am applying to UCL for LLB Law with the grades AAB. I understand the entry requirements are A*AA with around a 27 in the lnat (I am getting around 29 mark atm,) but as low as BBB with a contextual offer which I am eligible for. So my question is if it would be worth the application as I am two grades below the standard entry requirements but significantly higher than the contextual requirements? I was just unsure if I would be considered/ how contextual data is used?[/QUOTE]
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I believe that it is done on a case by case basis but it is always worth the application as just because the contextual offer is lower doesn't mean it changes your quality of education so it's definitely worth the application.
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Yes mate that is what it means

If the contextual offer his AAB and your predicted are AAB than that is fine.
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