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    Currently I need 300 UCAS points to a degree is it worth doing a foundation year. Right now i am working at CDE and a C in my AS level. Is it possible to change that to bbd and a c. Or should i just do a foundation year.
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    Currently I need 300 UCAS points to a degree is it worth doing a foundation year. Right now i am working at CDE and a C in my AS level. Is it possible to change that to bbd and a c. Or should i just do a foundation year.
    Getting an A in a Level is pretty easy if you're doing things like Law / Business based subjects as it's just about regurgitating info from a book. You could easily bring those up to an A if you revised more if it's those kinds of subjects.

    Failing that if you really don't think you can bring those grades up you will have to do a foundation course
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    Getting an A in a Level is pretty easy if you're doing things like Law / Business based subjects as it's just about regurgitating info from a book. You could easily bring those up to an A if you revised more if it's those kinds of subjects.

    Failing that if you really don't think you can bring those grades up you will have to do a foundation course
    Unfortunately not doing those subjects.
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    Unfortunately not doing those subjects.
    Well what subjects are you doing?
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    Well what subjects are you doing?
    Economics Maths and ICT a level and as sociology.
 
 
 
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