Are my GCSE grades good enough for Oxford law?

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    In my GCSE's I achieved 9 A* and 3 A's, I was wondering whether this would play to my advantage or disadvantage when applying for law.

    Also I am now studying IB, what grades should I be looking at getting predicted and what extra activities should I be doing for law at Oxford?

    1. Yes, your GCSEs are good enough.

    2. IB requirement is 38 (including core points) with at least 666 at HL (

    3. Read lots of (at least somewhat) relevant books.
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