What reasons can you cite as preventing International Programmes students from doing well on their University of London law examinations?
Many students, especially first year students, fail to reach their potential in the exams because they apply so late in the process. For example, too many students simply wait until the summer and up until September 17th apply. What these students do not realize is that what normally takes 4-5 weeks to process by the International Programmes admissions committee can take up to two months to process for applications received during the summer crush. In other words, students who apply in late summer may not receive an “offer” from the University of London until late October or mid November. Even with this “offer”, students still need to register, receive their materials and finally order their text books. By the time these students start their studies it could be December or even January! ICLS strongly advises students to apply before June 30th in any given year. Other reasons why students do not do well are related to their “isolation” from other students. Distance learning is a lonely
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