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Hi, i am going to start my alevels this september at a grammar school however i did not necessarily meet my predicted gcse grades and thus want to only study 3 alevels. These being litterature, law and history. I am interested in studying law at the university of birmingham, do you think i have chosen a good subject range. Thanks
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Hi, i am going to start my alevels this september at a grammar school however i did not necessarily meet my predicted gcse grades and thus want to only study 3 alevels. These being litterature, law and history. I am interested in studying law at the university of birmingham, do you think i have chosen a good subject range. Thanks
Yes those 3 work well together if you are aiming for law
Have you looked at the minimum GCSE requirement to do law at birmingham on the ucas website
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Yes those 3 work well together if you are aiming for law
Have you looked at the minimum GCSE requirement to do law at birmingham on the ucas website
I looked but could only find the entry requirment grades for A level.
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I looked but could only find the entry requirment grades for A level.
Found them for birmingham for you
  • GCSE/Standard Grade
  • General information on subjects/grades required for entry:Candidates are expected to offer C in English Language
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I looked but could only find the entry requirment grades for A level.
What did you get at GCSE is maths/english/science
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What did you get at GCSE is maths/english/science
A in English Literature and B's elsewhere unfortunately.
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What did you get at GCSE is maths/english/science
I think that if you are opting for a degree in science or maths then higher grades will apply, but for the humanities it is easier
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I think that if you are opting for a degree in science or maths then higher grades will apply, but for the humanities it is easier
Yes looked at the wrong course for you to do law at birmingham uni you only need a grade C in English Language at GCSE
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Yes looked at the wrong course for you to do law at birmingham uni you only need a grade C in English Language at GCSE
That's good, what A levels are you or did you take ?
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That's good, what A levels are you or did you take ?
I just finished A levels and final 3 were Chemistry, Maths and Physics, having dropped further maths at AS
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