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    IGCSE grades
    5 A*s (chemistry, biology, math physics and economics)
    4As (english language, literature, hindi and geography )

    i haven't done my AS levels yet but I'm taking physics chemistry math and economics A level and english language and literature at As level. What grades would i need in my AS levels to get in?
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    IGCSE grades
    5 A*s (chemistry, biology, math physics and economics)
    4As (english language, literature, hindi and geography )

    i haven't done my AS levels yet but I'm taking physics chemistry math and economics A level and english language and literature at As level. What grades would i need in my AS levels to get in?
    IGCSE are good.

    AS grades are a good predictor of or provides an indication of final A level grades. So, if you are required to have A*AA / AAA / AAB, then AS grades should be such that you are very likely to achieve those required grades. Remember that all courses are oversubscribed. A large percentage of applicants will have predicted grades that meet the minimum and are very likely to achieve them. If it even looks like you may be unlikely to achieve the minimum grades, then it is very likely that you may not pass the screening stage. So, in short, AAB at AS will be a realistic minimum, in my opinion.
 
 
 
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