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    I have done my AS Levels and I'm going to start my A2 Levels this September.
    A question that I have about clearing is that I know the entry requirements are lowered as far as UCAS points are concerned but what about the GCSE requirements? Like what if normally a grade B was needed in English but you had a grade C?

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    Hi ..

    I have done my AS Levels and I'm going to start my A2 Levels this September.
    A question that I have about clearing is that I know the entry requirements are lowered as far as UCAS points are concerned but what about the GCSE requirements? Like what if normally a grade B was needed in English but you had a grade C?

    Thanks
    If it's listed as a requirement specifically, that's usually what they want. I wouldn't count on it being lowered in clearing. If the course you want to do asks for a B and you have a C, I'd retake it this year to be in with a shot.
 
 
 
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