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    I was thinking of applying for Law with criminology but my AS level grades were rather disappointing (CCC), and predicted grades are (BBC)

    The universities I'm applying for are asking for AAB

    I'm thinking of retaking 1 module in each AS, and at least getting BBB in AS. Also, will work much harder this year and try to get ABB... Am I being unrealistic?

    Will I even get any offers
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    (Original post by Sian01x)
    I was thinking of applying for Law with criminology but my AS level grades were rather disappointing (CCC), and predicted grades are (BBC)

    The universities I'm applying for are asking for AAB

    I'm thinking of retaking 1 module in each AS, and at least getting BBB in AS. Also, will work much harder this year and try to get ABB... Am I being unrealistic?

    Will I even get any offers
    Applying for AAB universities with BBC predictions is simply setting yourself up for a whole year of slaps in the face. Either be realistic in your choices or apply after you have the results you hope and believe you are capable of.
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    Okay, thanks. Looks like clearing will have to be my best friend...
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    If you take a gap year then you have your grades already and can use those to apply to a Law degree?
 
 
 
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