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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    yep
    Then I suppose you could talk about your essay writing skills from those.
    I think you need to quickly do some research on where you want to go and a bit on what a law degree entails. Has this been a recent idea for you?
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    What is AABB Like in terms of academic ability??
    Again, depends on the subjects really.
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    yes kindoff a recent idea??? Why???
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    Is it a good degree to hold
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    yes kindoff a recent idea??? Why???
    I dunno, just seem slightly behind in the timeline of things. By now I would have done my research of choices and degrees and have the first draft of my PS done at least; but no matter, you're getting the answers you need now and you still have time.

    You need to find out from unis:
    If the Law degree is a qualifying law degree (important if you're to progress into a legal career)
    Grade requirements, any exclusion or favour of certain subjects
    The structure of the degree and whether you like it
    Whether they require you to sit the LNAT

    And for your PS think about:
    What skills you need to study law - do you have these, and examples of when you have used them
    Why you want to study law - any possible work experience that has helped this
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    Is it a good degree to hold
    A Law degree (LL.B) is one of the best, yes, because it is hard work, and a career in law is highly sought after.
    It also makes it highly competitive.
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    Do you think i migth be to late to apply for law???
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    Did you apply for your LNAT Yet, if your going to Birmingham??? What was it like?? Thanks
    Yes, i have already sat it (5 days before i got my offer).
    I didnt think it was that hard but everyone gets different ones depending when you do it. The Multiple choice was fine, you- just need to concentrate and read the passeages carefully and as it says on the LNAT website 'there are no trick question, the answers are all in the passages'. And the essay i did very one sided but they must have liked it to give me an offer i suppose!
    good luck!:cool:
 
 
 
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