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    I want to do Law at university and am really set on going to London. I want to apply to King's and UCL which both have entry requirements of A*AA. I did my AS levels and got AABB.
    I was only 3 ums of an A in French. History and English were my two A's and I got full ums in both. I'm predicted A*AA but do you think I can apply to these universities with my AS' or will they only look at people with straight A's?
    I did pretty good in my GCSE's and ended up with 10A*'s and 1A. Just worried my AS levels aren't good enough.
    I'm also thinking of applying to Bristol and Newcastle. I was going to apply to Oxford but now think it's way out of league.
    Sorry if this at all sounds obnoxious just no one I know has ever been to university and my school is pretty rubbish with this stuff. Thanks.

    You can apply to four separate universities so why not apply for Oxford,Newcastle and Bristol. If you get rejected by Oxford then at least you know that you tried.

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