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    I got AAAB at AS,
    Psychology-A
    Maths-A
    French- A
    Economics and Business- B ( will resit one module here- made a huge mistakes regarding the time I actually had - btw I start my exams before everyone else and in a separate room therefore confused my time with the others time so had to rush this- surprised I came out with a B!)

    Which university shall I think of applying? I want to do Economics but combined with another subjects such as business, management, finance etc. I want to go into financing and business sector. Also are these grades good enough for Economics and Management at Oxford. Shall I not bother?
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    I got AAAB at AS,
    Psychology-A
    Maths-A
    French- A
    Economics and Business- B ( will resit one module here- made a huge mistakes regarding the time I actually had - btw I start my exams before everyone else and in a separate room therefore confused my time with the others time so had to rush this- surprised I came out with a B!)

    Which university shall I think of applying? I want to do Economics but combined with another subjects such as business, management, finance etc. I want to go into financing and business sector. Also are these grades good enough for Economics and Management at Oxford. Shall I not bother?
    It's probably a good idea to research universities for yourself when deciding which universities to apply for. So you can use Google, can have a look at league tables and could attend open days. Whilst the university itself and the city are important factors, also pay attention to the modules that they offer because whilst more than one university may offer the same degree, they will actually have different course content.
    As for your chances with Oxford, you will get better responses if you post your question on the Oxford university sub forum on this site, which you will find if you look around.
 
 
 
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