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Recently I received a disappointing BDD for my A-level which nevertheless still means I'll be able to attend University next year. I was wondering whether at the end of my first year if I'd be able to transfer to Royal Holloway, provided I achieve say over 60%. The course I'm studying by the way is Geology. Honest answers please and much appreciated.
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Recently I received a disappointing BDD for my A-level which nevertheless still means I'll be able to attend University next year. I was wondering whether at the end of my first year if I'd be able to transfer to Royal Holloway, provided I achieve say over 60%. The course I'm studying by the way is Geology. Honest answers please and much appreciated.
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Recently I received a disappointing BDD for my A-level which nevertheless still means I'll be able to attend University next year. I was wondering whether at the end of my first year if I'd be able to transfer to Royal Holloway, provided I achieve say over 60%. The course I'm studying by the way is Geology. Honest answers please and much appreciated.
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You would need to have met the initial entry requirements of the course and to have achieved a 2.1 in your first year in order to be considered for a transfer.

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Recently I received a disappointing BDD for my A-level which nevertheless still means I'll be able to attend University next year. I was wondering whether at the end of my first year if I'd be able to transfer to Royal Holloway, provided I achieve say over 60%. The course I'm studying by the way is Geology. Honest answers please and much appreciated.
Hey,

You would need to have met the initial entry requirements for the course and to have achieved a 2.1 in your first year at University to be considered eligible for a transfer.

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