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UCL Law 2023

Do I stand a good chance of getting onto the law course at UCL with predicted grades AAB?
No. Competitive unis such as UCL will only consider applicants who meet their entry requirements of a*aa. Contextual offers are only given to those who already have the predicted grades to secure a place.
Yeah, I'm sorry but that seems like a reach. Because you're lacking 2 grades, and the course is competitive even for people that have A*AA and above since it's law. Also considering the LNAT and such, I don't think it would be sensible to apply there. As an aspirational, definitely consider Warwick (AAA), and then throw down some more realistic options such as Surrey. :smile:
Any UCL law offers?
Yep, got mine last week!
Original post by Abcdefg122
Yep, got mine last week!

Home student non-contextual offer?
Home student but contextual
Original post by Abcdefg122
Home student but contextual

Ty for letting me know, congrats!
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Original post by sophiemonterx
Do I stand a good chance of getting onto the law course at UCL with predicted grades AAB?

Ik this is an old post, but for anyone reading this I wouldn't let getting below or predicted below the grade threshold put you off applying I got AAB in my A Levels and received an offer for UCL LLB through Access UCL which I think is open to most or all state school students. Definitely worth looking into. Other unis like York, Sheffield do similar programmes

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