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    (Original post by Okkefac)
    You'll do fine! My grammar school at least just requires Bs in the subjects they're taking, you're predicted As in those four (if you do them at GCSE, that is). I got a B in english lang and french, and my other grades were As, mostly, I know people with mostly B/C grades that get into grammar school sixth forms, so unless yours is majorly competitive I'd say you have a good shot still.
    WHAT ABOUT ME? I'm predicted all Bs, would I have be looked at? Is there any use of me applying for sixthforms like king Edwards or handsworth?
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    WHAT ABOUT ME? I'm predicted all Bs, would I have be looked at? Is there any use of me applying for sixthforms like king Edwards or handsworth?
    I don't know of handsworth but king Edward's requires A/A* grades, I think. However Bs are good enough for many other sixth forms. They'll list grade requirements on the website, see if they accept Bs.
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    Hi, I've been selected in King Edward Grammar school Aston, Birmingham for sixth form and my parents are planning to go to Ilford, London this year as well and wished to transfer me in Ilford County High School.
    We know they have finished thier admission.
    My query is; are they flaxible to accept a student from other grammar school in the begening of the session or during the session?
 
 
 
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