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    O'levels - 1 A*, 5 B's & 2 C's
    Predicted AS - aaaa
    Predicted A level - A*A*AA

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    Law at Brunel? With A*A*AA?

    With grades like that, you'd be better qualified than the head of the law department.
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    Law at Brunel? With A*A*AA?

    With grades like that, you'd be better qualified than the head of the law department.
    Hahaha really?? I wanna apply here as a backup but I don't know what my first choices should be.. Any recommendations?
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    (Original post by RegularGatsby)
    Hahaha really?? I wanna apply here as a backup but I don't know what my first choices should be.. Any recommendations?
    All the A*AA courses: Cambridge, LSE, UCL, KCL, Durham, Nottingham, Queen Mary and Oxford (which is AAA).
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    All the A*AA courses: Cambridge, LSE, UCL, KCL, Durham, Nottingham, Queen Mary and Oxford (which is AAA).
    But I don't have good O'levels. Isn't that the deciding factor? And I forgot to mention that A*A*AA are my predicted grades but I'm sure they're what I'll get or better! (Thank you for helping me out btw)
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    (Original post by RegularGatsby)
    But I don't have good O'levels. Isn't that the deciding factor? And I forgot to mention that A*A*AA are my predicted grades but I'm sure they're what I'll get or better! (Thank you for helping me out btw)
    It's not the deciding factor, no. It makes it harder to compete to get into those unis, but you still have a strong application and you certainly should consider applying to a couple of them. Brunel should be your last resort. Your absolute rock bottom.
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    It's not the deciding factor, no. It makes it harder to compete to get into those unis, but you still have a strong application and you certainly should consider applying to a couple of them. Brunel should be your last resort. Your absolute rock bottom.
    UCL is what I'd decided on before, my absolute dream, but I figured with the O'levels I had I wouldn't get in. Thank you for the advice!!
 
 
 
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