My GCSE's aren't that amazing because I moved school in April during year 10. My teacher's weren't that good and I didn't manage to get good coursework grades but I did get good exam results. Sadly my coursework dragged most of my grades down. I don't want to go to Oxbridge or anything like that but I was thinking about studying radiography or becoming a primary school teacher. Will my GCSE results affect this?
Health & Social care (Double award): AB
Additional science: B
English language: C
English literature: C
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- Thread Starter
- 22-08-2015 12:23
- 24-08-2015 20:12
Normally, when applying to uni courses they prioritise your A level grades, unless you're applying for a very competitive course like medicine. I would also say that your results are good enough, if you just work hard in ur A levels and continue to do as well you may get a place in uni. I would also advice that you do work placements in hospitals or primary schools to gain experience in addition to this so it would be more appealing to universities.