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    Hi, I want to study law at uni and I wanted to study biology, chemistry, politics and possibly theology. Most of my GCSEs are expected to be B grades with Lang and French a C and Physics an A (poss. Biology). I would be willing to work a lot harder at a level so would it be possible to get good A levels? Thank you!
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    Don't throw yourself into thinking you can't do it because of your GCSEs. Aslong as you're determined and put time and effort into it, there's no reason why it cannot be achieved!
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    Yes - my daughter got C's and a couple of D's at GCSE - As levels have come out at A - so I guess it's a combination of how hard you work , using the right study techniques and studying subjects you actually like.
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    Thank you both!
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    Not always, but it's worth knowing that A Levels are a step-up even for the best students.
 
 
 
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