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Studying French at Oxford

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    Ok so I have a dilemma and was wondering if anyone who has more knowledge about Oxbridge than I do could help me out.
    I'm currently in Y13 and studying biology, chemistry and French for A level. I got 4 A grades last year including English lit which I dropped and now really regret as I want to apply for French at Oxford and worried that they won't look highly upon my current combination of subjects. I'm predicted 3A* s but feel like 2 of them are just in the wrong subjects!!
    Would I still be considered for a place?
    More background info: I got 11 A* at GCSE

    Your subjects are fine, but if you need reassurance then I suggest you speak to the admission tutor at whichever college you pan on applying to.
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