Yesterday I received the following GCSE results:
English Literature - A*
English Language - A*
Maths (Higher Tier) - A
Biology - A*
Chemistry - B
Physics - A
Art and Design (Fine Art) - A
Electronic Products - A
Geography - A
French - B
Economics - C
Classic Civilisations (SC) - B
I have aspirations to study a Law LLB at a Russell Group Uni, specifically LSE, UCL or Birmingham.
My A level choices are English Lit, Politics and Psychology and I'm aiming for at least AAA or A* AA.
I Haven't really researched much except courses themselves and entry requirements in terms of A level grades. In our school the importance of GCSEs in a Uni application was highly stressed due to the removal of AS grades and therefore how offers will be made on predicted grades and GCSEs.
Following this, I think I'll be able to smash my A levels with hard work and get AAA at least in predicted grades, but I'm just worried my GCSE results weren't really good enough and this will cause me issues when I'm getting offers. Any thoughts?
What are my chances to attend a top uni to study Law?
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