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    Hi i poorly achieved B in maths english literature english language history geography business studies and c in biology chemistry physics and IT i do geography history and english literature for alevel and i am predicated AAA. I would like to study religion and theology at oxford ( AAA), Durham (AAB) or exeter (ABB). Preferably oxford what are my chances ?
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    Hi i poorly achieved B in maths english literature english language history geography business studies and c in biology chemistry physics and IT i do geography history and english literature for alevel and i am predicated AAA. I would like to study religion and theology at oxford ( AAA), Durham (AAB) or exeter (ABB). Preferably oxford what are my chances ?
    Hello, I too want to study theology and religion at one of these universities. Great to meet someone else who actually wants to do theology as it's so niche. I believe your 6Bs and 4Cs were your GCSE results. From all the research I have done and going to opening days at Durham for example and speaking to heads of the department. They are not massively concerned in GCSE'. I mean if you write a good personal statement and get as high A Levels as you can get then you do have a chance.
    You do good A Levels I think for the course anyway. Oxford and Durham will be hard for any applicant even with the best of grades.

    Also isn't Exeter as low as BBB!

    Hope this helped
 
 
 
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