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planning to study law at warwick this september. does anyone have any advice on how to prepare and what to expect? is there an available reading list or something?
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It depends on a bunch of things—have you received an unconditional offer? If yes, you would have received a tentative reading list with it.

You’ve given no information on whether you’re going for a UG or PG programme or what the programme is.
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They probably won't give you much/anything to do before the course starts. I study business at Warwick, so a bit different, but in the weeks leading up to my course starting we had some 'pre-arrival tasks' to do, which more or less were just registering for services on campus, like the health centre, or uploading a photo so you can get an ID card printed. We did have a math booster module to complete which reiterated what was taught at A-Level Math, but obviously a business degree is more numbers-oriented than law so I doubt you would have this. I would expect there won't be any work expected of you before the course begins. Anyways, law students get a reading week every so often where there are no classes just to catch up on readings, because you can expect a lot of reading each week
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(Original post by grud)
They probably won't give you much/anything to do before the course starts. I study business at Warwick, so a bit different, but in the weeks leading up to my course starting we had some 'pre-arrival tasks' to do, which more or less were just registering for services on campus, like the health centre, or uploading a photo so you can get an ID card printed. We did have a math booster module to complete which reiterated what was taught at A-Level Math, but obviously a business degree is more numbers-oriented than law so I doubt you would have this. I would expect there won't be any work expected of you before the course begins. Anyways, law students get a reading week every so often where there are no classes just to catch up on readings, because you can expect a lot of reading each week
tysm your answer is so much helpful compared to the others
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(Original post by Anonymous)
It depends on a bunch of things—have you received an unconditional offer? If yes, you would have received a tentative reading list with it.

You’ve given no information on whether you’re going for a UG or PG programme or what the programme is.
i do the IB and have my offer confirmed but i havent received a reading list yet
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