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    Hi, so I just got my AS results back yesterday and I did not expect to get good results lol. I ended up getting A in English Lit, A in History, A in Media and C in graphics (which I didn't do at GCSE so the actual exam was difficult, but I got nearly full marks in the coursework, and I'm dropping this subject anyway) so I'm thinking of doing english lit at university/english lit with film. My teachers are all happy to predict me an A*/A for next year (A* english and media, A history) My worry is that my GCSE were not that good, I think like 1A 6B's and 4C's.
    I was thinking of applying to UCL for english but would I be able to get in with those grades?
    I would have AAAC AS and predicted A* A* A for A2. It's just my GCSE's letting me down ( So what type of unis would take me?xxx
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