LSE offer, based on llb degree or bptc?


Im currently doing the bptc, and Im wondering if anyone else is in the same boat with me.
Will the lse usually give an unconditional offer based on my LLB grade, or will there be a conditional offer subject to obtaining a 'very competent' in the bptc for example?

Thanks for any guidance!

Im currently doing the bptc, and Im wondering if anyone else is in the same boat with me.
Will the lse usually give an unconditional offer based on my LLB grade, or will there be a conditional offer subject to obtaining a 'very competent' in the bptc for example?

Thanks for any guidance!
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Im currently doing the bptc, and Im wondering if anyone else is in the same boat with me.
Will the lse usually give an unconditional offer based on my LLB grade, or will there be a conditional offer subject to obtaining a 'very competent' in the bptc for example?

Thanks for any guidance!


I think BPTC is less relevant. LLB result prevails.

<blockquote>Im currently doing the bptc, and Im wondering if anyone else is in the same boat with me.
Will the lse usually give an unconditional offer based on my LLB grade, or will there be a conditional offer subject to obtaining a 'very competent' in the bptc for example?

Thanks for any guidance!</blockquote>

I think BPTC is less relevant. LLB result prevails.
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