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    Well i dont know about it for warwick but if you want to go there you might as well apply. What grades do they want and what are you predicted?
    I am doing law M100 and i am only predicted ABB but got an offer of AAA from birmingham (which i really want to go to) so, you might as well! good luck!
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    Thanks for the Reply, their looking for AAB c
    You mean they're.

    It totally depends on the actual A-levels you are doing. What are they?
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    (Original post by itszednotzee)
    Well i dont know about it for warwick but if you want to go there you might as well apply. What grades do they want and what are you predicted?
    I am doing law M100 and i am only predicted ABB but got an offer of AAA from birmingham (which i really want to go to) so, you might as well! good luck!
    Did you apply for your LNAT Yet, if your going to Birmingham??? What was it like?? Thanks
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    it largely depends on your predicted grades, And youll need a A level economics and a pass in a 4th As level grade C great course yep!! and congrats to the individual above for the AAA one of my friends studies there she got ABC and got in. I prefer lesta for Law
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    Why economics??? I have an A in Maths GCSE...
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    oh ok thats great, they sometimes prefer A level economics or maths, whats your predicted grades?
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    Your subjects are not exactly traditional ones so I'm not sure how you can show the skills you need for studying law at university.
    You will have to explain why you have an interest in the law and your reasons for this in your PS.
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    yep its good enough but your subjects arent traditional however, if youve got a good reliable Law and business PS statement you should be fine but i'd get going now!
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    I think AABB? Is that good enough?
    That's good enough. I'd apply to:

    2/3 unis at AAA
    2/3 unis at AAB
    1 uni at ABB/BBB as a back-up.
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    How do you mean??? Apply by UCAS?
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    How do you mean??? Apply by UCAS?
    Yes, the deadline is 15th Jan, but you have to sit your LNAT before this. Offers are given out on a rolling basis, though you will still be considered if you submit your UCAS before 15th Jan - for 2009 entry.
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    double yes
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    Do AAA University actually allow Applied A-Levels?
    Check in their prospectus/website.

    I seem to remember applied means more coursework?
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    yep
 
 
 
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