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    I am a first year undergraduate doing law and reapplied through UCAS to other unis to start with a new course.

    I had straight A's for my A-levels and I was wondering if the unis I applied to (LSE, St Andrews, Edinburgh) may ask me for certain exam marks this year or if they base their decision on my A-levels.

    I always thought that decisions are based on A-levels, personal statement and reference but now someone told me they might ask me to finish off this year with certain marks. Is that possible?

    Thanks for the advise!

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