Is it necessary to have a MFL at GCSE level to gain university entrance for a science degree ?
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- Thread Starter
- 14-08-2016 19:50
- 14-08-2016 20:42
Brief answer: no. It's a good GCSE to have, but not necessary for anything except (possibly) proceeding to an MFL A level. The exception to this is UCL, which likes that all its applicants have at least a grade C in a modern language GCSE (or they must undertake a special language course once they get there).
(Original post by MersennePrime)
- 14-08-2016 20:58
Yes, it is. The person above me is lying. Most Russel Group universities require that you have at least 1 MFL. The other universities do not require it, but do highly recommend it.
Yes, it's a great subject to have, and if the OP were to ask my opinion I would highly recommend taking one on. Yes, universities do consider them highly. No, in the vast majority of cases they are not necessary for undergraduate entry.Last edited by SosbanFach; 14-08-2016 at 21:00.