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    Hey Everyone

    In summer 2016 i received my GCSE result's they weren't the best I mainly got C'S with 2 B's and 1 D in French. I am currently doing the following A Levels, History, English Literature and Business BTEC. I am wanting to pursue a career in law. I hard heard law is competitive course at university however after speaking to my teachers they have told me that if i get outstanding A Level grades AAA/A*A*A* then I would be able to do Law at university.

    I am also considering to resit some of my GCSE'S, as some university's do not mind GCSE resits for law as I rang up Oxford or Cambridge the other day and they said that they don't disadvantage students who resit some of their GCSE's. Which GCSE's would you recommend to retake for law?
    Also how long would you recommend that work experience should be done for?
    Another question I have is after six form can I go to college to do extra A Levels to strengthen my University application?
    Lastly what can I start doing to strengthen my university application?

    Any advice would be very helpful. Thank you in advance for your time.
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