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What kind of Universities should I apply to for Management (N200/N201) ?

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    Hi everyone!
    I'm currently taking 3 subjects for A Levels (Maths, Geography and Economics) and I also only took those 3 for AS. So I don't know whether I'm in a disadvantage or not.

    My AS Grades were fairly okay. So I got Economics(A-95%), Geography(A-89%) and Mathematics(C1,C2,C3 Average = 68%) --> Math wasn't so good. Moreover, my GCSE Maths was a B as I didn't take Additional Math.

    My Ielts was only 7.0 overall and plus, I got 6.0 for reading

    So what kind of Unis should I try for?
    Is my list too high of expectations.
    - City, University of London - AAA (They said preferrably in Math idk what it means)
    - University of Surrey - AAA-AAB
    - Durham University - AAB
    - University of Manchester - AAB
    - University of Kent - ABB

    Is my list okay? I wanted to try for Bath Management School but they said they prefer applicants with high proprtion of grades A*-A in GCSE. Well, I got 3As and 6Bs and 3 of the Bs were 79% one mark of an A. Please help, thank you!

    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.

    Just quoting in Alisaurus Cats so she can move the thread if needed :wizard:
    (Original post by Alisaurus Cats)
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