HELP please! 2:2 for LLM?


sdj2014
hi guys...i'm desperate here coz i've been rejected by 2 law schools already (QM & Glasgow for international law) for my final llb grade (57%). I am still waiting to hear back from QM on International Economic Law, and just applied to SOAS, Edinburgh, Warwick as well as Nottingham too. I would like to do either Public International Law or Internation Economic Law - i know my LLB grades arent that good so i wont be picky, any school with a reasonable reputation would be fine for me. and i scored 66% for Public International Law in my final year (i'm quite sure it doesnt help much now).

so as the deadline draws near, i am wondering if anyone knows where i should apply to? thank you for helping...i really want to get my LLM done by 2015, and start my career...
hi guys...i'm desperate here coz i've been rejected by 2 law schools already (QM & Glasgow for international law) for my final llb grade (57%). I am still waiting to hear back from QM on International Economic Law, and just applied to SOAS, Edinburgh, Warwick as well as Nottingham too. I would like to do either Public International Law or Internation Economic Law - i know my LLB grades arent that good so i wont be picky, any school with a reasonable reputation would be fine for me. and i scored 66% for Public International Law in my final year (i'm quite sure it doesnt help much now).

so as the deadline draws near, i am wondering if anyone knows where i should apply to? thank you for helping...i really want to get my LLM done by 2015, and start my career...
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hi guys...i'm desperate here coz i've been rejected by 2 law schools already (QM & Glasgow for international law) for my final llb grade (57%). I am still waiting to hear back from QM on International Economic Law, and just applied to SOAS, Edinburgh, Warwick as well as Nottingham too. I would like to do either Public International Law or Internation Economic Law - i know my LLB grades arent that good so i wont be picky, any school with a reasonable reputation would be fine for me. and i scored 66% for Public International Law in my final year (i'm quite sure it doesnt help much now).

so as the deadline draws near, i am wondering if anyone knows where i should apply to? thank you for helping...i really want to get my LLM done by 2015, and start my career...


Hullo,
I think that the problem is not with the 2:2. The problem is which schools you are applying to and what their expected grades are. In order for you to do an LLM with the 2:2, you need to look closely at the school's academic requirements so that you dont waste your money applying only to get a rejection.
Further, you can put the LLM on hold and do some other postgad courses that will give you more marketability and blindside the graduate admissions commitee when you apply for an LLM next year.
Good luck.
<blockquote>hi guys...i'm desperate here coz i've been rejected by 2 law schools already (QM & Glasgow for international law) for my final llb grade (57%). I am still waiting to hear back from QM on International Economic Law, and just applied to SOAS, Edinburgh, Warwick as well as Nottingham too. I would like to do either Public International Law or Internation Economic Law - i know my LLB grades arent that good so i wont be picky, any school with a reasonable reputation would be fine for me. and i scored 66% for Public International Law in my final year (i'm quite sure it doesnt help much now).

so as the deadline draws near, i am wondering if anyone knows where i should apply to? thank you for helping...i really want to get my LLM done by 2015, and start my career...</blockquote>

Hullo,
I think that the problem is not with the 2:2. The problem is which schools you are applying to and what their expected grades are. In order for you to do an LLM with the 2:2, you need to look closely at the school's academic requirements so that you dont waste your money applying only to get a rejection.
Further, you can put the LLM on hold and do some other postgad courses that will give you more marketability and blindside the graduate admissions commitee when you apply for an LLM next year.
Good luck.
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