LLM with a 2:2 ?


Hello everyone, i'm currently a 3rd year llb student and i would like to know if it possible to be accepted to do LLM in Edinburgh or Queen Mary university with a 57% or 58% average grade. thank you

Hello everyone, i'm currently a 3rd year llb student and i would like to know if it possible to be accepted to do LLM in Edinburgh or Queen Mary university with a 57% or 58% average grade. thank you
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They require a 60% and 69% but it is on a case by case basis. I know they really value experience. Good luck!

They require a 60% and 69% but it is on a case by case basis. I know they really value experience. Good luck!
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cheers buddy. others ?

cheers buddy. others ?
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Hello everyone, i'm currently a 3rd year llb student and i would like to know if it possible to be accepted to do LLM in Edinburgh or Queen Mary university with a 57% or 58% average grade. thank you


I have 57% ,is dr a chance to be selected for llm from QMUL

[quote]Hello everyone, i'm currently a 3rd year llb student and i would like to know if it possible to be accepted to do LLM in Edinburgh or Queen Mary university with a 57% or 58% average grade. thank you[/quote]

I have 57% ,is dr a chance to be selected for llm from QMUL
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I have a third class degree in LLB (hons) by doing an external programme. I want to apply for LPC in a university in london. Please help me out which universities can accept.

I have a third class degree in LLB (hons) by doing an external programme. I want to apply for LPC in a university in london. Please help me out which universities can accept.
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