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Non-Traditional Students / 35 old, 5 years to get LLB, ... game over
« on: October 29, 2008, 06:20:00 AM »
Well,

I am 35 and will start with my LLB by correspondence soon, 3 kids (2 3 and 4 yr old boys)
Living in a foreign country, running my own business and just feel like its too late.

I will be 40 when I finish,.... seriously depressed that it wont matter anymore..
Anyone wanna kick some sense into me!

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Non-Traditional Students / Re: It's so hard
« on: October 29, 2008, 06:17:14 AM »
3 kids here, 2 3 and 4 year old boys!

Starting soon, doing the degree by correspondence.. I am in total panic to as to how to organize my time for family, full-time job (self employed) and doing the degree.

Best thing is to share ideas!

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Law School Applications / Hello all, from Tokyo Japan
« on: October 29, 2008, 05:43:23 AM »
Hello, I am new here..

I am in a bit of a stupid self inflicted situation.
I recently applied for the external LLB program at London Uni.

In my application I omitted to mention I have studied previously elsewhere for 1 semester with good grades in Legal Systems, Criminal Law and Contemporary issues in Law and Society subjects. Also I have a finished certificate degree from the same University.

My reason for omitting this was due to me owing some money to the university and I didn't want this to surface.

London Uni has accepted my application on the condition I first finish a (any) course to show I have can participate on Uni level studies. I am mid thirties and other then the above I have absolutely no schooling what so ever as I started working before High school.

I am positive and sure about my success if I undertake this degree, I do not however want to lose another year (I am not getting younger) by first doing another (1 year course)

I wonder, if I let them know now at this stage that I omitted some information (above) how would I go about this? would I put my chances at risk? Should I do the extra year (also financially not the best choice)

Thanks,

externalaw

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