I know that there is a lot of these but I am quite worried. I got way lower in my AS levels than I thought I would: 2 Bs in History and English Literature and 2 Cs in French and German (I was one mark of a B in German so I am getting a remark). I dropped English as I want to do languages at uni. I am predicted either an AAB or a ABB.
French and German are half of the course but I am resiting them so my first question is how do universities know you are resiting?
Also there are some extenuating circumstances - my mum had breast cancer it was only a small one and she had finished her radiotherapy by Christmas but it did disrupt the start of year 12
. I want to study French and German and I have chosen Bath (Mod Lang and European Studies), Exeter, Nottingham (modern european studies so I would do politics too), Edinburgh and my ideal place, St Andrews. They are all ABB apart from St A which is AAB.
I was just wondering people's opinions on these universities and my likelihood of getting in? Particularly St Andrews? (Just to mention I am not a party person and I like old, pretty cities)
Any help would be appreciated
Resits and chances of getting in to Bath, Exeter, Nottingham, Edinburgh, St Andrews
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