I know some unis such as UCL take into consideration your gcse grades, but do; plymouth, portsmouth, southampton, brighton, UEA, essex, bangor or anglia ruskin?
And especially for a subject such as marine biology/ ecology?
These are what I got;
A* - chemistry
A- biology and maths
B - english lit, english lang, physics, geography, history
C/PASS - art, social ethics, ICT (done in year 9)
I know they're not the best in the world but I didn't fail anything and it's A-levels and personal statements that are more important but i'm aware that unis look at your gcse grades aswell as they're what you've achieved rather than predictions.
For subjects like marine biology/ecology, aslong as you have a minimum of a B in your science subjects at GCSE then you're fine. It's you're A Levels the uni's are most interested in, so an A or B in A level biology and/or chemistry is what most will be looking for.
Yeah thats fine.
Tbh, most uni's don't take into account your GCSE's except your English + Maths ones. So as long as you did OK in them (Which for most uni's you have) then your'e fine!