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    Okay my situation is kind of complicated. I am a first year Economics undergraduate student in Malaysia, trying to transfer to a university in the UK for my second year. The modules that I'm taking are similar to the ones in the UK. I'm still in the middle of first year so i don't know my first year CGPA yet, but i'm hoping it would be sufficient for me to be able to be accepted. However, my A-Level grades are rubbish BCC (Economics B, Law C, Mathematics C).

    I was wondering whether unis would still look at A Level results even if i got good credits for my first year degree if i wanted to transfer? If so, would anyone mind telling me a few unis that would accept BCC as their entry for Economics?

    Would really appreciate the help!
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