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City vs Royal Holloway for Law?

My predicted grades are AAB, my current choices are:

- Queen Mary
- Warwick
- Surrey
- Cardiff (Maybe)
- City or Royal Holloway

I'm currently debating between choosing City or Royal Holloway for Law. I've seen that City may have better links with law firms because if its location in London, however Royal Holloway has a higher overall ranking. Royal Holloway is also located outside of London so the location is a disadvantage too.

Is there an alternative university I should consider or should I decide between one of these universities for my final choice?

Any advice or replies are appreciated, thanks.
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Original post by WilliamPiper
My predicted grades are AAB, my current choices are:

- Queen Mary
- Warwick
- Surrey
- Cardiff (Maybe)
- City or Royal Holloway

I'm currently debating between choosing City or Royal Holloway for Law. I've seen that City may have better links with law firms because if its location in London, however Royal Holloway has a higher overall ranking. Royal Holloway is also located outside of London so the location is a disadvantage too.

Is there an alternative university I should consider or should I decide between one of these universities for my final choice?

Any advice or replies are appreciated, thanks.

Have you taken an EPQ? If so Sheffield is a good uni who will offer ABB for Law with an A in EPQ I believe?
Reply 2
Original post by isobel l
Have you taken an EPQ? If so Sheffield is a good uni who will offer ABB for Law with an A in EPQ I believe?

I haven't taken EPQ and I'm not really looking to go further North than Warwick to be honest.

I have made made up 5 choices now though:

Queen Mary

Warwick

Exeter (contextual AAB-ABB)

City

Surrey

Let me know what you think of these...
Original post by isobel l
Have you taken an EPQ? If so Sheffield is a good uni who will offer ABB for Law with an A in EPQ I believe?


Sheffield is usual AAA entry, so the EPQ offer is AAB. It used to be this wasn’t a guaranteed offer but seems to be more common now. I know it doesn’t matter for the OP, but just in case anyone else is wondering.
Original post by WilliamPiper
I haven't taken EPQ and I'm not really looking to go further North than Warwick to be honest.

I have made made up 5 choices now though:

Queen Mary

Warwick

Exeter (contextual AAB-ABB)

City

Surrey

Let me know what you think of these...


Presumably QMUL & Warwick are contextual too otherwise you’re unlikely to get offers for law when your predicteds are quite a bit lower than A*AA. Warwick in particular has become really popular being in the top 10 & not requiring LNAT.

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