UCL Russian Studies/Russian and History, Polish and East European studies

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In my GCSEs A* Russian, History A, Citizenship A, English Language A and Bs in maths, chemistry, physics, biology, english lit and art.
I also got A in Russian A level, A in AS History, B in AS Art, D in AS Biology and E in AS Chemistry
They ask for AAB-ABB in Russian and History, Russian Studies and Polish and East European Studies plus the degrees are not very competitive (3 applicants per place in comparison to many other degrees at UCL). I already have an A and high possibility of getting another A and a B (maybe even an A if i do better this year in art).
My teachers also said that I have good personal statement which is backed up by good insight into Russia/East Europe (i participated in anti-russian govt protests, go to russia often, read russian literature a lot and lived in russia for quite a long time in my life), so i feel like those courses are definitely the courses of my dreams! plus ucl is the only uni i seriously want to go into and other than 3 of those courses i'm applying to Queen Mary Russian and Politics and Goldsmiths Politics.
What are my chancec of getting into UCL into those courses?
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As long as you can get ABB then you have a chance, it is very hard to say more than that without seeing your references / personal statement. Is Russian your native language? If it is then UCL may not accept your Russian A level.
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