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Today 05:18 AM
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Hi guys im from Uni of South Queensland what are my chances of competing with NUS?

Also I would like to do a Harvard Extension course to call meself a Harvard grad

-Amus Yee
I m now an elite w pedigree
Today 05:10 AM
Unregistered Hi guys im from Uni of South Queensland what are my chances of competing with NUS?

Also I would like to do a Harvard Extension course to call meself a Harvard grad

-Amus Yee
Today 02:28 AM
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Got offers for law in University of Queensland, Bristol, Nottingham, Warwick and Tasmania next year.

Please advise which is most reputable university.
ucas that time u anyhow whack ah? dont people usu ask this qn BEFORE applying?

3 yrs later u gonna come back and ask got tc offers from r&t, a&g, wp, please advise which is most reputable firm?

ppl these days srsly damn bloody lazy sia
Today 02:10 AM
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Got offers for law in University of Queensland, Bristol, Nottingham, Warwick and Tasmania next year.

Please advise which is most reputable university.
Don't bother with Australia. Nottingham, Bristol and Warwick are okay, reputation in descending order.

If you plan to accept any of the offers, be prepared for a very tough road ahead. Competition for jobs / TCs will be fierce, plus at first instance you will not compare favourably to Oxbridge, NUS, SMU, LSE or UCL in terms of school prestige.
Today 01:30 AM
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Got offers for law in University of Queensland, Bristol, Nottingham, Warwick and Tasmania next year.

Please advise which is most reputable university.
Save your money, get a comp sci degree.
Today 12:21 AM
Unregistered Got offers for law in University of Queensland, Bristol, Nottingham, Warwick and Tasmania next year.

Please advise which is most reputable university.
Yesterday 11:48 PM
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Generally, the earliest will be April if you file your OS at the start of next year. Your results will be released around late Feb-early Mar. And you still need to apply for SILE certificate to be annexed in your affidavit after receiving notification that you passed. By then, you will have missed the March Call date. So April is the earliest possible.
SILE approves in two days if there are no glitches.
Yesterday 11:42 PM
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If you choose to do the PTC before Part B, when would the earliest you can be called (assuming that you pass the Part B at first attempt in December)?
I think one aspect of the procedure requires for there to be at least 21 days before the date of hearing. Results for Part B came out on 25th Feb 2020. March might be possible if the monthly call date for March that year is later in the month.
Yesterday 11:19 PM
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If you choose to do the PTC before Part B, when would the earliest you can be called (assuming that you pass the Part B at first attempt in December)?
Generally, the earliest will be April if you file your OS at the start of next year. Your results will be released around late Feb-early Mar. And you still need to apply for SILE certificate to be annexed in your affidavit after receiving notification that you passed. By then, you will have missed the March Call date. So April is the earliest possible.
Yesterday 11:19 PM
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Fk all the degree millers and the firms who hire them on the basis that they’re so called more “international”.
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Also, being in NUS law is a long-standing pride in Singapore. If we let these people erode our opportunities then we are shaming the pride that our alumni has built over the years.
Why are you guys so xenophobic? Gahmen wants to import more foreign talent into our little red dot for our own good. Last I checked CECA doesn't even affect lawyers.
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