Currently 19 years old.
43 points at IB with 7, 7, 7 in Latin, Medieval History and Art.
2nd year undergraduate Ancient History student at the University of Bristol with 2.1/1st grades.
Regularly write for student paper Epigram, have a weekly slot on the radio and am an able DJ performing occasionally at various clubs.
Have worked full-time as a copywriter for a Music PR company over summer, continuing part-time remotely whilst studying in tandem.
I would like to apply to Oxbridge for a master's in Ancient/Medieval History or Philosophy or Literature and Arts.
The one catch to my application is that over summer I acquired a "Railway Byelaw Caution (non-recordable offence)" for "Unacceptable Behaviour on the Railway" after a drunken misdemeanour on result's night of First Year. Was arrested on grounds of a more serious allegation which was later unequivocally dismissed [without court]. I am wondering to what extent this would hinder an application, if at all. I hope you can understand my concern.
What are the downsides?