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Hey guys so usually I'm an A/A* and I was terrified I would fail my exams but I got 11 A's and an A* and I'm just wondering whether for gcses that's good enough (or in the right direction) for law at UCL I was just wondering. Obviously I know a levels are the ones that matter but did I do well enough on a gcse level? Just wondering. Thanks!!
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Have you checked ucl website first?
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(Original post by bittr n swt)
Have you checked ucl website first?
I did and it says the minimum gcse requirements are b in maths and English but I got A*'in English and A in maths. All I really want to know is are my gcse results good enough for someone who wants to do law?
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(Original post by Ashleighpearce)
I did and it says the minimum gcse requirements are b in maths and English but I got A*'in English and A in maths. All I really want to know is are my gcse results good enough for someone who wants to do law?
If you exceed the requirements, why would you not be good enough? Your results are excellent.
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(Original post by Ashleighpearce)
I did and it says the minimum gcse requirements are b in maths and English but I got A*'in English and A in maths. All I really want to know is are my gcse results good enough for someone who wants to do law?
It's hard to tell right now. You haven't done the LNAT or AS levels so don't worry just yet.
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Congrats on such consistently high results! I would say these results are fine for applying to UCL for Law (however you will definitely need strong A Levels). You are definitely in the right direction
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If you exceed the requirements, why would you not be good enough? Your results are excellent.
Thank you !! I hope I have a chance! Did you just do your gcses?
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Thank you !! I hope I have a chance! Did you just do your gcses?
You have every chance in the world. I did my GCSEs last year and my AS-levels this year.
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You have every chance in the world. I did my GCSEs last year and my AS-levels this year.
Oh that's awesome what are you planning on doing in the future? Did you do good in your GCSE's?
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