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    Hi, I really want to go to Cheltenham Ladies College for sixth form (2016) I've been to see the school several times, and I know for certain that this is what I want. The only boarding house I've seen is St. Hildas, which I really love, so I think that this would e the house I'd wish for if i got in. However, I don't know what the first step to the admission process is. I know there's an interview and exams along the line, but I just don't know how to start of. Also, if any of you have gone to Cheltenham Ladies College, do you have any tips for getting in? I'd be studying IB if that makes any difference. Thanks!

    (This is my first post, so bear with me)

    I'm also interested in going to CLC for sixth form 2016 to study the ib. I have not visited the school yet as I live abroad, but I will be visiting soon. My grandmother lives in Gloucestershire so I have been to Cheltenham and walked by for a little peek into the grounds .
    Have you registered yet? That would be the first step for applying I think. But as you have already visited I would think you have.

    As I have not visited yet or attended the school I cannot tell you anymore than what is on CLC's website but I thought it would be nice to know someone beforehand . Are you applying for a scholarship? I think I will
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