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    Could I get to the Cambridge interview with 3 A's and a D (Physics) at AS level. I plan to do better in physics at A2 and because some of my AS levels do not count this year (physics) I could get an A or A* next year in physics as we have to redo all AS exams.

    If it helps I want to do Architecture.
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.

    You can also find the Exam Thread list for A-levels here and GCSE here. :dumbells:


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    Could I get to the Cambridge interview with 3 A's and a D (Physics) at AS level. I plan to do better in physics at A2 and because some of my AS levels do not count this year (physics) I could get an A or A* next year in physics as we have to redo all AS exams.

    If it helps I want to do Architecture.
    I've moved this to the Cambridge forum - someone here will be able to help you :woo:
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    (Original post by zak14)
    Could I get to the Cambridge interview with 3 A's and a D (Physics) at AS level. I plan to do better in physics at A2 and because some of my AS levels do not count this year (physics) I could get an A or A* next year in physics as we have to redo all AS exams.

    If it helps I want to do Architecture.
    Yes AAAD may not be a major problem. Your ASs are just one part of your application. But, be aware that Architecture is extremely competitive at Cambridge. It's a small course with a LOT of applicants.

    Also, there may be other very good architecture schools to consider in preference. Check that the Cambridge course is exactly what you want to do.

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