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    At AS level I achieved CCD but I am now looking at Universities with entry requirements of BBC. My subject lecturers and tutors are saying it is possible for me to achieve the grades as I know in AS I could have worked harder to obtain better grades.

    Is this possible to go from CCD to BBC?
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    It's entirely possible, especially considering that you know where you went wrong last year. As long as you make changes based on what you did last year, you'll be able to do it providing that you put the work in. I have found this website really useful, as it tells you exactly the UMS that you need to get each grade at A2 http://umstools.sourceforge.net/demo...tor&target=gce
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    (Original post by natashajade_)
    At AS level I achieved CCD but I am now looking at Universities with entry requirements of BBC. My subject lecturers and tutors are saying it is possible for me to achieve the grades as I know in AS I could have worked harder to obtain better grades.

    Is this possible to go from CCD to BBC?
    It's possible to go from CCD to A*A*B without retakes. So i'm fairly certain it's possible to get BBC. As for whether YOU can get that, I have no idea you should know better than me.
 
 
 

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