I have just started my A-levels (Government&Politics, History, English Lit and Physics). I want to get into Cambridge to study Law and hopefully advance into a law career. In GCSE's I got 4 A*s 6As and a B(In English Language :/). I am just curious as to whether I could get into Cambridge to study law with these grades, assuming my A levels go good I would need A*AA which is pretty high but I know I have the work ethic and ability to achieve the grades.
Any advice on whether the B is going to hinder me and if you can give some tips on stuff I can do to increase my chances?
Thanks in advance.
BTW I went to a school that was seriously under performing (16% A*-C) and I got the highest results in my year if this helps.
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Last edited by Danyaljaved; 18-09-2016 at 22:25.
- 18-09-2016 22:23
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