Hi everyone, ok, so, as you all know, yesterday (August 25th) students around the country received their official GCSE grades. Mine are as follows:
English Literature - A
English Language - A
Religious Education - A
History - A
Maths - B (retaking)
Additional History - B
Core Science - C
Additional Science - C
Media Studies - currently a D, though that grade is likely wrong, false accusation of plagiarism made a B go down to a D, currently under investigation
Product Design - D (😡)
So, essentially I would like to know whether my current GCSE results are acceptable for a decent University, obviously not Oxford/Cambridge, but a well respected and generally good one, to study Law. Bear in mind I plan on retaking Maths next year and have appealed my Media Studies, so those are two potentially higher grades.
For my A levels I am taking:
Any help would be greatly appreciated, and I would also, really like to know how my GCSE's fair generally, are they good/bad/average?
Thankyou for reading, and thankyou in advance for any (possible) answers.
Are my GCSE's good enough to study law at a decent University?
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