Are ALEVELS important for gaining admission into the Oxbridge/LSE LLM/Master Juris?


Hello everyone! If you achieve super high grades in gcses, and at undergraduate law (a first + high class rank), but NOT alevels (e.g. something average like a mix of As and Bs) will gaining admission into Oxbridge or LSE for masters be difficult? Additionally, do they even ASK for your alevel grades in the first place, and do you have to submit them to the faculty before gaining admission (has this ever happened)? Or is it basically 100% dependent on how you performed in your undergraduate law degree and plus any other activities you've done like publications or internships etc. Thank you for your time please answer concisely because I've been stressing about this!

[Edited by MargaretBar on Jul 28, 2018]

Hello everyone! If you achieve super high grades in gcses, and at undergraduate law (a first + high class rank), but NOT alevels (e.g. something average like a mix of As and Bs) will gaining admission into Oxbridge or LSE for masters be difficult? Additionally, do they even ASK for your alevel grades in the first place, and do you have to submit them to the faculty before gaining admission (has this ever happened)? Or is it basically 100% dependent on how you performed in your undergraduate law degree and plus any other activities you've done like publications or internships etc. Thank you for your time please answer concisely because I've been stressing about this!
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germanmlf

no school grades have to be submitted. your university grades/performance is decisive to evaluate your academic potential. best of luck

no school grades have to be submitted. your university grades/performance is decisive to evaluate your academic potential. best of luck
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Mombastic

Hello everyone! If you achieve super high grades in gcses, and at undergraduate law (a first + high class rank), but NOT alevels (e.g. something average like a mix of As and Bs) will gaining admission into Oxbridge or LSE for masters be difficult? Additionally, do they even ASK for your alevel grades in the first place, and do you have to submit them to the faculty before gaining admission (has this ever happened)? Or is it basically 100% dependent on how you performed in your undergraduate law degree and plus any other activities you've done like publications or internships etc. Thank you for your time please answer concisely because I've been stressing about this!


Oxbridge do not care about A-Levels when applying for the LLM/BCL. Your Bachelor should suffice.

[quote]Hello everyone! If you achieve super high grades in gcses, and at undergraduate law (a first + high class rank), but NOT alevels (e.g. something average like a mix of As and Bs) will gaining admission into Oxbridge or LSE for masters be difficult? Additionally, do they even ASK for your alevel grades in the first place, and do you have to submit them to the faculty before gaining admission (has this ever happened)? Or is it basically 100% dependent on how you performed in your undergraduate law degree and plus any other activities you've done like publications or internships etc. Thank you for your time please answer concisely because I've been stressing about this![/quote]

Oxbridge do not care about A-Levels when applying for the LLM/BCL. Your Bachelor should suffice.
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