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    I studied Law at college in 2007-2009. I only got a grade C A-Level(grade D A-level in Business Studies and grade E AS- level in Statistics also) which obviously didn't get me as high UCAS points as I'd have wanted to study law at University. I took a year out, which turned into two and then other problems(2 family illnesses) so I lost the drive and focus to pursue Law further.

    Will these grades be irrelevant in applying for University in future as they are from too long ago or are they still valid to re-sit the modules I didn't do so well in?. Obviously I know I will have to go back to college one way or another but will I be starting from scratch with my Law grades(some modules I got A's and B's in so it would be beneficial to keep them and just work on the ones I got lesser grades on).

    Any help would be much appreciated, thanks.
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    (Original post by paulmarwood1990)
    I studied Law at college in 2007-2009. I only got a grade C A-Level(grade D A-level in Business Studies and grade E AS- level in Statistics also) which obviously didn't get me as high UCAS points as I'd have wanted to study law at University. I took a year out, which turned into two and then other problems(2 family illnesses) so I lost the drive and focus to pursue Law further.
    resit your A levels again.
    but before that ask yourself if you have what it takes to get the desired grades.
    don't put your head into something you'll regret later.
    your recent history doesn't put you in good light.
    but at the end of the day its up to you to change your destiny.
 
 
 
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