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Mr-Dangerous
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what is the lowest known entry requirement for law either scots or english ?
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LLB at Man Met is BBB.
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LLB at Notts Trent is BBC or BCC.
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LLB at Man Met is BBB.
Rubbish.

Some unis offer an official law degree that only needs around CCC.
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Birmingham City: 260 points
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LLB at Notts Trent is BBC or BCC.
It has changed this year. It is now 300 points = BBB.
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Derby?
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I thought that in order to practise law, you had to have a minimum of BBB at A-level?
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it will surely be near impossible to get anywhere in the legal proffession with a law degree like that?

or am i sorely mistaken.

feel free to correct me completely as im sure you will XD
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I know someone that got into UEL with A level grades E,E,U for LLB Law.
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When I did my 'A' levels Nottingham Trent asked BCC. :/ Grade inflation for entry requirements for law because it's so damn competitive.
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Anglia Ruskin LLB, 220 points. Madness!
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I thought that in order to practise law, you had to have a minimum of BBB at A-level?
The governing bodies for barristers and solicitors have stated 'A' level grades now? Always thought it was on the condition of a minimum of a 2:1.
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I know someone that got into UEL with A level grades E,E,U for LLB Law.
:eek: oh my!
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it will surely be near impossible to get anywhere in the legal proffession with a law degree like that?

or am i sorely mistaken.

feel free to correct me completely as im sure you will XD
I suppose it does depend on what type of law firm the person is aiming for. It would probably be near impossible to get a training contract at a MC firm but I can't say definitely.

But they should have no problem working in a high street firm.
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Thames Valley is only 240 points, "minimum of two subject areas, percentage of these points to be at A-Level, AS points generated will be considered".

Abertay is BCC at A-Level. I think thats about the best of it.
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(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
The governing bodies for barristers and solicitors have stated 'A' level grades now? Always thought it was on the condition of a minimum of a 2:1.
No they haven't but some firms put a minimum of 300 UCAS points which is BBB as a criteria for applying.
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The governing bodies for barristers and solicitors have stated 'A' level grades now? Always thought it was on the condition of a minimum of a 2:1.
Maybe not officially, but my sister is in her final year of law, and every law firm that has visited her school has said that a minimum of BBB is needed to even apply.
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Caley's something like AABB, Robert Gordon is 4 B'S, Stirling is AABB.
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This gives me HOPE!
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