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Is this a mistake ?

I have received an offer from Bristol for law AAB but the normal offer is A* A A. I am not a contextual student in any way . Whilst being ecstatic about this I am slightly worried they have made a mistake. Has anyone else received a lower offer without being contextual ? I am predicted A* A A and had 34 LNAT for ref
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Original post by selby1974
I have received an offer from Bristol for law AAB but the normal offer is A* A A. I am not a contextual student in any way . Whilst being ecstatic about this I am slightly worried they have made a mistake. Has anyone else received a lower offer without being contextual ? I am predicted A* A A and had 34 LNAT for ref


hi and well done!! i say double check whether you may have certain things in ur application that may lower it such as epq and double check all the contextual standards bc some things such as being in a school or area with lower progression may put u with a contextual. also, may i ask how and when did you start revising for the lnat to get such a high score?
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Original post by sldkldsa
hi and well done!! i say double check whether you may have certain things in ur application that may lower it such as epq and double check all the contextual standards bc some things such as being in a school or area with lower progression may put u with a contextual. also, may i ask how and when did you start revising for the lnat to get such a high score?

Hi I started in the summer and used arbitio. I sat it in December. Would really recommend the site. I go to a grammar school, my area is not contextual, one of my parents went to
Uni. i am really stumped why they would give me a contextual?
Original post by selby1974
I have received an offer from Bristol for law AAB but the normal offer is A* A A. I am not a contextual student in any way . Whilst being ecstatic about this I am slightly worried they have made a mistake. Has anyone else received a lower offer without being contextual ? I am predicted A* A A and had 34 LNAT for ref

This is fairly normal the A*AA is just a guideline your application obviously demonstrated quality's that the admissions tutor liked and they really want you so they gave you a lower offer that your quite likley to get given what your predicted.

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