Do LSE accept transfers into second year for law?

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I already started my law degree course at the University of Kent and I am almost finished first year but I always wanted to study at LSE. I applied for LSE and got the A-level grades I needed but I was rejected because of my low LNAT score. I’m thinking of trying to apply to transfer there for second year but I don’t even know if they accept transfers, especially for law. Does anyone know if it’s easy to transfer?
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See the second year entry tab here: https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U...s/How-to-Apply

I think the answer is unfortunately no: law is not listed as one of the departments that consider transfers into second year, and even if they did, they ask that you apply by the UCAS deadline which you've missed by several months.
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See the second year entry tab here: https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/U...s/How-to-Apply

I think the answer is unfortunately no: law is not listed as one of the departments that consider transfers into second year, and even if they did, they ask that you apply by the UCAS deadline which you've missed by several months.
Oh that’s unfortunate, thank you.
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