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    Maths- B (predicted)
    Science- B (completed)
    Add.Science- A (predicted)
    R.E- A( 50% Completed)
    Business studies- A( 50% Completed)
    French- A (Predicted)
    ICT- B( Predicted)
    Eng Lit- B ( Predicted)
    Eng Lang- C( Completed)
    Art- B( Predicted)
    Suppose i chose Maths, Physics, Economics and Art for my A-Levels and suppose i got AABB. Would those be the right subjects to chose? Could i get into architecture or civil engineering, please help. Thanks.
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    They look fine, you should try and get the rest of your grades to A/A* level to give yourself maximum chance of success in top university admissions
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    Mate you could be prime minister, GCSEs can't hold you back they only make a path easier. Go for an A in maths!
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    (Original post by AtomicMan)
    They look fine, you should try and get the rest of your grades to A/A* level to give yourself maximum chance of success in top university admissions
    Thanks, yeah i should try to aim for A/A*'s
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    (Original post by Mr Einstein)
    Mate you could be prime minister, GCSEs can't hold you back they only make a path easier. Go for an A in maths!

    Thanks for the advice, what you said is so true thanks again.
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    I'd say the maths and science ones are crucial. Get your A* in them. But the Universities will be looking for a good all-round performance, and B's in most things and a language will really help you
 
 
 
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