So I am definitely considering UCL as a uni choice. My sister goes there and is doing Spanish (something I am also considering) She got 2A*s and 1A at A-level but did not submit her AS level History which I think was a C.
I am really struggling with French AS at the moment, and would like nothing more than to drop it. But I have been getting mixed messages from people about what the requirements are.
Do you definitely need 4 AS levels to get in? I plan to get at least AAA at A-level in English Literature, Spanish and Psychology. I also might do an EPQ if need be. But tell me, is keeping French worth all the stress?
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- Thread Starter
- 13-01-2015 18:39
- 13-01-2015 19:21
Luckily, UCL ask for AAB inc. an A in Spanish for Spanish and Latin American Studies, so you should be fine with just 3 AS levels
EDIT: I misread. They do, unfortunately ask for a pass. But an EPQ is equivalent to an AS, so that should make the fourth AS.Last edited by loperdoper; 13-01-2015 at 19:23.