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    I got:
    Maths - A*
    Statistics - A
    German - A*
    Spanish - A
    English Lit - A*
    English Language - A
    Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - B
    History - A
    Business and Economics - A
    RE - A

    Overall that's 3A*s 8As and 1B

    Are these results good enough to do Law at a good university.

    Also I chose History, Politics, Maths and Spanish to do at A-levels are they good choices to get into Law.
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    (Original post by S.abd)
    I got:
    Maths - A*
    Statistics - A
    German - A*
    Spanish - A
    English Lit - A*
    English Language - A
    Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - B
    History - A
    Business and Economics - A
    RE - A

    Overall that's 3A*s 8As and 1B

    Are these results good enough to do Law at a good university.

    Also I chose History, Politics, Maths and Spanish to do at A-levels are they good choices to get into Law.
    Amazing results. Keep it up and you will definitely be doing law at an excellent uni !
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    yes, your grades are good, but not like oxbridge good, but they'll get you into law at a good uni. more importantly are your a-levels, aim to do really well & you'll get into a better university. and yeah your subjects are good, but i suggest for a2 don't drop maths or history cause these are desired/hard subjects that unis like
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    GCSEs matter, but honestly it's how you react with A levels as a person. Good luck.
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    (Original post by S.abd)
    I got:
    Maths - A*
    Statistics - A
    German - A*
    Spanish - A
    English Lit - A*
    English Language - A
    Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - B
    History - A
    Business and Economics - A
    RE - A

    Overall that's 3A*s 8As and 1B

    Are these results good enough to do Law at a good university.

    Also I chose History, Politics, Maths and Spanish to do at A-levels are they good choices to get into Law.
    Firstly, well done your results are amazing.

    With the exception of oxford, who seem to place a huge emphasis on GCSEs, they should be more than enough for any of the top universities.

    It'll be your A levels that really matter anyway.
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    (Original post by S.abd)
    I got:
    Maths - A*
    Statistics - A
    German - A*
    Spanish - A
    English Lit - A*
    English Language - A
    Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - B
    History - A
    Business and Economics - A
    RE - A

    Overall that's 3A*s 8As and 1B

    Are these results good enough to do Law at a good university.

    Also I chose History, Politics, Maths and Spanish to do at A-levels are they good choices to get into Law.
    I got 3 A*s, 7 As and a B at GCSE, so nearly the exact same results as you got. With AAABB at AS, I got 5 offers for Law at university, four of which were from Russell Group unis (the other being Leicester), and with two unconditionals. Basically, don't worry about your GCSEs at all - work hard at A level, get some work experience etc. and you'll get offers, and if you are rejected from a university, then it likely won't be because of your GCSEs, unless you're applying to Oxbridge or a GCSE-heavy uni such as LSE.
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    (Original post by S.abd)
    I got:
    Maths - A*
    Statistics - A
    German - A*
    Spanish - A
    English Lit - A*
    English Language - A
    Physics - A
    Chemistry - A
    Biology - B
    History - A
    Business and Economics - A
    RE - A

    Overall that's 3A*s 8As and 1B

    Are these results good enough to do Law at a good university.

    Also I chose History, Politics, Maths and Spanish to do at A-levels are they good choices to get into Law.
    Yes, and you know it is.
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    Are these grades 3 A*, 4 A, 2 B and 1 C good enough for top universities? Of course not Oxbridge but KCL, UCL, Nottingham?
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    You know they are.
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    (Original post by aladdin818)
    Amazing results. Keep it up and you will definitely be doing law at an excellent uni !
    Thank you
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    (Original post by doctorwhofan98)
    I got 3 A*s, 7 As and a B at GCSE, so nearly the exact same results as you got. With AAABB at AS, I got 5 offers for Law at university, four of which were from Russell Group unis (the other being Leicester), and with two unconditionals. Basically, don't worry about your GCSEs at all - work hard at A level, get some work experience etc. and you'll get offers, and if you are rejected from a university, then it likely won't be because of your GCSEs, unless you're applying to Oxbridge or a GCSE-heavy uni such as LSE.
    Thanks for the advice!
 
 
 
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