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I have really bad GCSE grades and I need to know if I still have any chance of getting into Warwick. My grades were; B in maths, C in English language, B in science, D in geography, B in Art, C in further maths, D in English literature, C in science additional, C in P.E, Distinction in business and IT. I'm currently studying Accounting, Economics and 3D design Art as my three A levels. Also if you could tell me the grades I would be needing and UCAS points, that would be helpful. Thank you
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What course do you intend to study?
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What course do you intend to study?
Something to do with Accounting. I'm also trying to get a EY scholarship along with it.


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You have a chance, though I would suggest you contact the university as they will be able to give you the most relevant information.

For reference, however, my GCSE results were worse than yours and I received an offer from Warwick. I did have A*A*AA (or something close) predictions though, which would have helped.
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You have a chance, though I would suggest you contact the university as they will be able to give you the most relevant information.

For reference, however, my GCSE results were worse than yours and I received an offer from Warwick. I did have A*A*AA (or something close) predictions though, which would have helped.

Ah ok. Thank you


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I have really bad GCSE grades and I need to know if I still have any chance of getting into Warwick. My grades were; B in maths, C in English language, B in science, D in geography, B in Art, C in further maths, D in English literature, C in science additional, C in P.E, Distinction in business and IT. I'm currently studying Accounting, Economics and 3D design Art as my three A levels. Also if you could tell me the grades I would be needing and UCAS points, that would be helpful. Thank you
What makes you so set on Warwick?
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I am going to firm the offer from Warwick on History because it's an academic powerhouse in History
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(Original post by Ai_catalia)
I have really bad GCSE grades and I need to know if I still have any chance of getting into Warwick. My grades were; B in maths, C in English language, B in science, D in geography, B in Art, C in further maths, D in English literature, C in science additional, C in P.E, Distinction in business and IT. I'm currently studying Accounting, Economics and 3D design Art as my three A levels. Also if you could tell me the grades I would be needing and UCAS points, that would be helpful. Thank you
What were your AS grades?
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What were your AS grades?
I just started college and had my first half term.. I know I might be thinking too far ahead but I just wanted to ask.


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OP go to each uni you are thinking of applying to and on the page of each individual course you will see the requirements for that course. Remember though that just because you are predicted, say, A*AAB and the standard offer for a course is AAA, it does NOT guarantee you an offer! So work as hard as you can and dont doss off, ever! You are right to be thinking about this early as every year there are threads full of students who have mediocre AS grades and THEN think to check what they might need for their chosen course and are in a panic over what to do about low predicted grades. Warwick is fabulous, go for it!
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OP go to each uni you are thinking of applying to and on the page of each individual course you will see the requirements for that course. Remember though that just because you are predicted, say, A*AAB and the standard offer for a course is AAA, it does NOT guarantee you an offer! So work as hard as you can and dont doss off, ever! You are right to be thinking about this early as every year there are threads full of students who have mediocre AS grades and THEN think to check what they might need for their chosen course and are in a panic over what to do about low predicted grades. Warwick is fabulous, go for it!
Thank you very much I only have 3 courses which I hope won't be a problem.


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Thank you very much I only have 3 courses which I hope won't be a problem.


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not at all, it was just an example!
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yeah me too i am doing three courses
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not at all, it was just an example!
Oh ok. Thank you again



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You have a chance, though I would suggest you contact the university as they will be able to give you the most relevant information.

For reference, however, my GCSE results were worse than yours and I received an offer from Warwick. I did have A*A*AA (or something close) predictions though, which would have helped.
Are you currently at university?
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Are you currently at university?
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