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Cambridge LLM 2017 - 2018 Applicants


Guys,

Let's discuss any topic relating to 2017-2018 applications here, and hopefully get through it together!
Guys,

Let's discuss any topic relating to 2017-2018 applications here, and hopefully get through it together!
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aiges
I wonder why we have to provide the TOEFL/IELTS as early as December. As far as I can see other universities as LSE are more generous and let students send in their results till June, July or even later. I´ve never done the TOEFL before and will try it for the first time in Oct. So there´s a lot of uncertainty for me.

Otherwise it will be very interesting to see if Brexit affects the number of applicants from continental Europe.

[Edited by aiges on Sep 06, 2016]

I wonder why we have to provide the TOEFL/IELTS as early as December. As far as I can see other universities as LSE are more generous and let students send in their results till June, July or even later. I´ve never done the TOEFL before and will try it for the first time in Oct. So there´s a lot of uncertainty for me.

Otherwise it will be very interesting to see if Brexit affects the number of applicants from continental Europe.
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Pjoedi
Thanks for creating this thread!

I was wondering who other people choose as their referees. The Cambridge website says that, as an undergraduate student, you need to ask a tutor from your own course, but everybody keeps telling me that I should ask the most prominent people I could possibly ask, and definitely no tutors.

Also, anybody applying for the Oxford BCL/MJur as well?
Thanks for creating this thread!

I was wondering who other people choose as their referees. The Cambridge website says that, as an undergraduate student, you need to ask a tutor from your own course, but everybody keeps telling me that I should ask the most prominent people I could possibly ask, and definitely no tutors.

Also, anybody applying for the Oxford BCL/MJur as well?
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Hi guys! I am looking to apply for LLM in the UK for the 2017-18 session. Any idea when the applications will be opened?
Hi guys! I am looking to apply for LLM in the UK for the 2017-18 session. Any idea when the applications will be opened?
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Pjoedi
@Ayushi Kundu, applications for the Cambridge LLM are open already!

[Edited by Pjoedi on Sep 15, 2016]

@Ayushi Kundu, applications for the Cambridge LLM are open already!
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ajayail
Hello guys . I scored 66.33 percent from army institue of law mohali in 2011. I have work ex of 4 yrs plus post graduate diploma in corporate law. What r my chances in Cambridge oxford lse. And UCL . any idea thanks
Hello guys . I scored 66.33 percent from army institue of law mohali in 2011. I have work ex of 4 yrs plus post graduate diploma in corporate law. What r my chances in Cambridge oxford lse. And UCL . any idea thanks
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adebolaxx
@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.

[Edited by adebolaxx on Sep 19, 2016]

@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.

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Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.
Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.
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adebolaxx
Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.


Hi Alfie. I think you may have to write IELTS or TOEFL. However, you should follow the information on the Cambridge website and not what anyone says. It might be best to email Cambridge if you're unsure. I think you have a good chance of getting into Cambridge. For scholarships, you should apply for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Commonwealth Scholarship. Be sure to read their terms and conditions.
[quote]Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys. [/quote]

Hi Alfie. I think you may have to write IELTS or TOEFL. However, you should follow the information on the Cambridge website and not what anyone says. It might be best to email Cambridge if you're unsure. I think you have a good chance of getting into Cambridge. For scholarships, you should apply for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Commonwealth Scholarship. Be sure to read their terms and conditions.
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Pjoedi
@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.



Hi! I'm not completely sure, but the Cambridge website states: "A tutor from your Undergraduate degree course." (http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/academic-references). In my university, "tutor" means someone who teaches tutorials, and this is a much less prominent position than "lecturer." That's why I was confused. Anyone who can clear this up?
[quote]@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.

[/quote]

Hi! I'm not completely sure, but the Cambridge website states: "A tutor from your Undergraduate degree course." (http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/academic-references). In my university, "tutor" means someone who teaches tutorials, and this is a much less prominent position than "lecturer." That's why I was confused. Anyone who can clear this up?
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Hi to everyone
I have a more general question about the Cambridge LLM. Maybe someone who did the course or the quite similar MJUR Course at Oxford can answer it.
How difficult is the Cambridge LLM? I mean how much do you have to study? How many students fail their exams? I am aware of the fact that it will not be easy, but is it really about studying day and night? Or do you have enough time for college activites or some type of sport?
Hi to everyone
I have a more general question about the Cambridge LLM. Maybe someone who did the course or the quite similar MJUR Course at Oxford can answer it.
How difficult is the Cambridge LLM? I mean how much do you have to study? How many students fail their exams? I am aware of the fact that it will not be easy, but is it really about studying day and night? Or do you have enough time for college activites or some type of sport?
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Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.


Hi Alfie. I think you may have to write IELTS or TOEFL. However, you should follow the information on the Cambridge website and not what anyone says. It might be best to email Cambridge if you're unsure. I think you have a good chance of getting into Cambridge. For scholarships, you should apply for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Commonwealth Scholarship. Be sure to read their terms and conditions.



Hey Adebolaxx. Thank you very much for your reply. Are you considering an LLM or have you studied for one already. And just out of curiosity, are you Nigerian? I am.
[quote][quote]Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys. [/quote]

Hi Alfie. I think you may have to write IELTS or TOEFL. However, you should follow the information on the Cambridge website and not what anyone says. It might be best to email Cambridge if you're unsure. I think you have a good chance of getting into Cambridge. For scholarships, you should apply for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Commonwealth Scholarship. Be sure to read their terms and conditions. [/quote]


Hey Adebolaxx. Thank you very much for your reply. Are you considering an LLM or have you studied for one already. And just out of curiosity, are you Nigerian? I am.
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kozan
Hi everyone,

I have a questions about colleges in Cambridge. On the website they mention that some of the colleges are wealthier than the others so are able to provide more scholarships. However I could not find to where I should look for that particular information. I would much appreciate if you can tell me some tips on this.

Thanks!
Hi everyone,

I have a questions about colleges in Cambridge. On the website they mention that some of the colleges are wealthier than the others so are able to provide more scholarships. However I could not find to where I should look for that particular information. I would much appreciate if you can tell me some tips on this.

Thanks!
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adebolaxx
@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.



Hi! I'm not completely sure, but the Cambridge website states: "A tutor from your Undergraduate degree course." (http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/academic-references). In my university, "tutor" means someone who teaches tutorials, and this is a much less prominent position than "lecturer." That's why I was confused. Anyone who can clear this up?


Thanks for your help. In my university, tutors are lecturers who also teach tutorials.
[quote][quote]@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.

[/quote]

Hi! I'm not completely sure, but the Cambridge website states: "A tutor from your Undergraduate degree course." (http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/academic-references). In my university, "tutor" means someone who teaches tutorials, and this is a much less prominent position than "lecturer." That's why I was confused. Anyone who can clear this up?[/quote]

Thanks for your help. In my university, tutors are lecturers who also teach tutorials.
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adebolaxx
Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.


Hi Alfie. I think you may have to write IELTS or TOEFL. However, you should follow the information on the Cambridge website and not what anyone says. It might be best to email Cambridge if you're unsure. I think you have a good chance of getting into Cambridge. For scholarships, you should apply for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Commonwealth Scholarship. Be sure to read their terms and conditions.



Hey Adebolaxx. Thank you very much for your reply. Are you considering an LLM or have you studied for one already. And just out of curiosity, are you Nigerian? I am.


Hey. I am considering an LLM. I am a Nigerian and I am currently a student in the Nigerian Law School.
[quote][quote][quote]Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys. [/quote]

Hi Alfie. I think you may have to write IELTS or TOEFL. However, you should follow the information on the Cambridge website and not what anyone says. It might be best to email Cambridge if you're unsure. I think you have a good chance of getting into Cambridge. For scholarships, you should apply for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Commonwealth Scholarship. Be sure to read their terms and conditions. [/quote]


Hey Adebolaxx. Thank you very much for your reply. Are you considering an LLM or have you studied for one already. And just out of curiosity, are you Nigerian? I am. [/quote]

Hey. I am considering an LLM. I am a Nigerian and I am currently a student in the Nigerian Law School.
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adebolaxx
Hi everyone,

I have a questions about colleges in Cambridge. On the website they mention that some of the colleges are wealthier than the others so are able to provide more scholarships. However I could not find to where I should look for that particular information. I would much appreciate if you can tell me some tips on this.

Thanks!


If you go to each college's individual website you can see the scholarships they offer. Perhaps you can then compare them to see which one suits you more. I hope this helps.
[quote]Hi everyone,

I have a questions about colleges in Cambridge. On the website they mention that some of the colleges are wealthier than the others so are able to provide more scholarships. However I could not find to where I should look for that particular information. I would much appreciate if you can tell me some tips on this.

Thanks![/quote]

If you go to each college's individual website you can see the scholarships they offer. Perhaps you can then compare them to see which one suits you more. I hope this helps.
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LegalLife
Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.


1. Your degree is technically awarded in Ghana and taught in Ghana. Therefore you are classified as an overseas student.

2. There is nothing like chances of getting into the LLM. Trust me, I know because I did the LLM. You just have to apply and give it your best shot if you truly want it. Get strong referees and strong personal statement and you will be okay, even without a first class degree as long as you are ranked in top 1%.

3. Not everyone has to write IELTS. Look at the list of countries for the English language and see where Ghana is classified. It doesnt matter what you got in English in O-level or High School. Infact, no one will ask you for those grades at any point in the process. After seeing if Ghana falls under the countries that have to do the Cambridge Language Assessment Test, then you upload the "No current language test form". When you are admitted, then Cambridge will subject you to a free online and telephone call English interview to assess your English.

3.
[quote]Hey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys. [/quote]

1. Your degree is technically awarded in Ghana and taught in Ghana. Therefore you are classified as an overseas student.

2. There is nothing like chances of getting into the LLM. Trust me, I know because I did the LLM. You just have to apply and give it your best shot if you truly want it. Get strong referees and strong personal statement and you will be okay, even without a first class degree as long as you are ranked in top 1%.

3. Not everyone has to write IELTS. Look at the list of countries for the English language and see where Ghana is classified. It doesnt matter what you got in English in O-level or High School. Infact, no one will ask you for those grades at any point in the process. After seeing if Ghana falls under the countries that have to do the Cambridge Language Assessment Test, then you upload the "No current language test form". When you are admitted, then Cambridge will subject you to a free online and telephone call English interview to assess your English.

3.
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LegalLife
Thanks for creating this thread!

I was wondering who other people choose as their referees. The Cambridge website says that, as an undergraduate student, you need to ask a tutor from your own course, but everybody keeps telling me that I should ask the most prominent people I could possibly ask, and definitely no tutors.

Also, anybody applying for the Oxford BCL/MJur as well?


It is wise to choose your undergraduate tutors because the references are looking at your academic abilities first and foremost. There is a reason why it is called an academic reference.
[quote]Thanks for creating this thread!

I was wondering who other people choose as their referees. The Cambridge website says that, as an undergraduate student, you need to ask a tutor from your own course, but everybody keeps telling me that I should ask the most prominent people I could possibly ask, and definitely no tutors.

Also, anybody applying for the Oxford BCL/MJur as well?[/quote]

It is wise to choose your undergraduate tutors because the references are looking at your academic abilities first and foremost. There is a reason why it is called an academic reference.
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LegalLife
@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.



Hi! I'm not completely sure, but the Cambridge website states: "A tutor from your Undergraduate degree course." (http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/academic-references). In my university, "tutor" means someone who teaches tutorials, and this is a much less prominent position than "lecturer." That's why I was confused. Anyone who can clear this up?


Tutor/Academic lecturer are used simultaneously in much of the UK.
[quote][quote]@ Pjoedie Hi. Could you kindly elaborate on what you mean by no tutors? I thought the referees were supposed to be lecturers who have taught us and are familiar with our academic abilities. Thanks for your help.

[/quote]

Hi! I'm not completely sure, but the Cambridge website states: "A tutor from your Undergraduate degree course." (http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/academic-references). In my university, "tutor" means someone who teaches tutorials, and this is a much less prominent position than "lecturer." That's why I was confused. Anyone who can clear this up?[/quote]

Tutor/Academic lecturer are used simultaneously in much of the UK.
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LegalLife
Hi to everyone
I have a more general question about the Cambridge LLM. Maybe someone who did the course or the quite similar MJUR Course at Oxford can answer it.
How difficult is the Cambridge LLM? I mean how much do you have to study? How many students fail their exams? I am aware of the fact that it will not be easy, but is it really about studying day and night? Or do you have enough time for college activites or some type of sport?


1. Every Cambridge course is difficult because well, this is Cambridge. It was not built to be a place where people get things easily.

2. You have to study as that is why you are there in the first place. You must attend your lectures although no one will follow up to ensure that you do because you are deemed to be an adult. But rest assured, should you not attend, you will regret it in May during exam period.

3. Cambridge LLMs dont usually fail their exams. Actually the nearest to failure is getting a 2.2. as everyone gets a 1st and a 2.1. However be under no illusion that Cambridge will feel any remorse in giving you a fail if you write crap for them. The Cambridge LLM is earned and not given out of pity.

4. About the studying, it depends on each individual and their workload. The workload in subjects differs. Some subjects have a very heavy workload while others have a lighter load. So those who take the former will obviously study more. I had quite a heavy workload but I NEVER EVER had to read day and night. It all depends on how you manage your workload all year round. There is definitely time for your life such as sports and college activities and the LLM bar hopping events. The LLM will not occupy all your life although it will definately take some of it.
[quote]Hi to everyone
I have a more general question about the Cambridge LLM. Maybe someone who did the course or the quite similar MJUR Course at Oxford can answer it.
How difficult is the Cambridge LLM? I mean how much do you have to study? How many students fail their exams? I am aware of the fact that it will not be easy, but is it really about studying day and night? Or do you have enough time for college activites or some type of sport?[/quote]

1. Every Cambridge course is difficult because well, this is Cambridge. It was not built to be a place where people get things easily.

2. You have to study as that is why you are there in the first place. You must attend your lectures although no one will follow up to ensure that you do because you are deemed to be an adult. But rest assured, should you not attend, you will regret it in May during exam period.

3. Cambridge LLMs dont usually fail their exams. Actually the nearest to failure is getting a 2.2. as everyone gets a 1st and a 2.1. However be under no illusion that Cambridge will feel any remorse in giving you a fail if you write crap for them. The Cambridge LLM is earned and not given out of pity.

4. About the studying, it depends on each individual and their workload. The workload in subjects differs. Some subjects have a very heavy workload while others have a lighter load. So those who take the former will obviously study more. I had quite a heavy workload but I NEVER EVER had to read day and night. It all depends on how you manage your workload all year round. There is definitely time for your life such as sports and college activities and the LLM bar hopping events. The LLM will not occupy all your life although it will definately take some of it.
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