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I've been looking into USC's 2 year extended LLM and i was wondering what my chances are of getting accepted to this programme.
Is a uk 2:1 considered sufficient or maybe even a borderline 2:2? is there anyone who has been accepted to this programme?If so,what were your grades and how is the application procedure?Any help will be greatly appreciated.

[Edited by usc91 on Aug 02, 2016]

I've been looking into USC's 2 year extended LLM and i was wondering what my chances are of getting accepted to this programme.
Is a uk 2:1 considered sufficient or maybe even a borderline 2:2? is there anyone who has been accepted to this programme?If so,what were your grades and how is the application procedure?Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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anyone?please? :)
anyone?please? :)
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