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No.

I spoke to her on MSN, she said you were going to buy a watch or a suit. Did you buy anything in the end?
Apart from lunch, no.
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English Lit, Psychology, Law
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Going to Exeter Uni in Oct
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Apart from lunch, no.
Ahh right.
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English Lit, Psychology, Law
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Going to Exeter Uni in Oct
You join Ollie, Ickle Katy and Maddock!
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You couldn't burn a thousand trees with one match, Bono. That's just stupid. The flame would burn your finger before you got round a thousand trees.
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Bono - now you're just twisting everything I said!

Meeh.
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Bono - now you're just twisting everything I said!

Meeh.
Twisting what?!
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You couldn't burn a thousand trees with one match, Bono. That's just stupid. The flame would burn your finger before you got round a thousand trees.
Throw the match into a forest consisting of 1000 trees.
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Twisting what?!
We're going to have words on MSN later, young man You leak everything!
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You couldn't burn a thousand trees with one match, Bono. That's just stupid. The flame would burn your finger before you got round a thousand trees.
Why, you want to debate that with me?

I'll take you on!
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Throw the match into a forest consisting of 1000 trees.
Doubt it. Would blow out before you set any trees alight. Probably need fuel of some sort or extremely dry environment. I'm just thinking UK weather a bit too much...
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We're going to have words on MSN later, young man You leak everything!
Nooooo, not the words!
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Doubt it. Would blow out before you set any trees alight. Probably need fuel of some sort or extremely dry environment. I'm just thinking UK weather a bit too much...
Exactly, so it would be possible then. The quote never mentioned anything about the UK.
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... what AS and A2 levels did you take / are you taking, and roughly what grades are you to predicted to get / have you gotten? And which unis did you apply to / will you apply to?
I have accepted a place at Nottingham for law after having sat the selection test. A levels Biology, German, Law and Sociology. Predicted 4 A's. Got A's in the AS levels 2 of which with 100% in all 3 modules.
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Heya,

I took English Literature, History, Economics, Maths, Further Maths and General Studies. 6As for AS. Will take the same subjects for A2 including AEA Econs. Not thinking about what grades I will get - don't believe in predicting etc.

Rejected by Cambridge, accepted by Warwick (AAB), Notts and Man (ABB), Leeds (BBB), Durham (ABC).

However, I'm an international student, so the offers seem on the low side. Seems that its easier for us to gain entry due to the fees we pay. Oxbridge and perhaps LSE are exceptions.

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Wtf? Are you doing French or Law?
Sorry to confuse! I have applied to Oxford to do French and Bristol, Cardiff, Sussex, Swansea and LSE to do Law. Still waiting to hear from LSE, but am pretty much decided to do French at Oxford and then a conversion course in Law. What have you applied for?
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Do you have to take any particular A-levels to do law?
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they dont say you HAVE to do any specific ones but I reckon they have a little sheet (at oxbridge) which says....take preference to any who have history and maths......because thats what a large numebr of undergrads there seem to have?
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I got 6A's at AS and predicted 5 at A2. Offer from cambridge, sheffield, man, bham, leeds, but rejected from nottingham strangely enuff
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For those applying to do law ... what A-levels did we do?

I did English, French, History and Economics achieving 4 A's at AS level and then 2As (Eng & Eco) and 2Bs (H & Fr) = retaking Fr to get an A and go to UCL - insurance offer - King's unconditional

I happened to speak to a girl on the King's open day who told me she had initially applied to do medicine and in fact did Biology Chemistry and Physics at A-level - she changed her mind at the last moment and decided to apply for law and she now holds unconditional offers from King's and Manchester and now awaits the reply of UCL.

Essentially it doesnt matter which subjects you take at A-level but as long as you display an interest in Law. Inevitably most Law applicants will choose to do reading subjects at A-level because that is what Law is all about - but occasionally one still successfully applies for Law having done subjects that could not seem further departed from Law.

Just do A-levels that will be the most rewarding for you and the most fun - because for law you need pretty good grades and you must give yourself the best chance to achieve good grades - dont do mickey mouse subjects though or your application will not be taken as seriously.
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