I'm currently studying English Literature, Classical Civilisations, Drama and Theatre Studies and Camb Tech Business at AS level.
I have completed the Camb Tech business course one year early and will have a full A2 equivalent by September. I have achieved a Distinction* (D*) for my work and the course is a Level 3 BTEC.
However, I still have my other three subjects. I am really, really hoping for A's in Drama and Classics however recently I have not been enjoying or doing as well in English, because of this, I was just wondering whether or not this would be detrimental to my Uni application? If I was to achieve D*AA and a C or lower in English, would universities turn me away because of this, despite getting high enough grades in the other subjects? Would English be a huge problem? Would they ignore the D*?
I am not looking to apply to Oxbridge but I am looking to apply to Russell group Uni's, especially King's College, UCL, Durham, Warwick or possibly York. I'm hoping to carry on Classics by applying for a Classical Studies degree.
I really appreciate any helpful suggestions anyone may have!
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Last edited by EAH; 01-07-2016 at 21:02.
- 01-07-2016 21:00
- 04-07-2016 21:10
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