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    If I get 7 above C's and I am not Catholic is it guaranteed that I will get in St Dominic's? If not what is the best way to have a secure place in St Dominic's?
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    Hey! A ton of my friends went there - I don't think you would... all of my friends had high point scores but it's always worth a try 😉


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    as in st. Dominic's on the Falls Road?
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    (Original post by chloeematthews12)
    Hey! A ton of my friends went there - I don't think you would... all of my friends had high point scores but it's always worth a try 😉


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    How do you get your point score?
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    as in st. Dominic's on the Falls Road?
    No, the one mount park ave
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    How do you get your point score?
    you get a points score based on your GCSE's each grade gives you so many points and then they take an average


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    (Original post by Loroy)
    No, the one mount park ave
    St Dominic is a overrated skl dont come here waste of time.
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    (Original post by chloeematthews12)
    you get a points score based on your GCSE's each grade gives you so many points and then they take an average


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    Can u pls tell me how they calculate the point
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    (Original post by Loroy)
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    Can u pls tell me how they calculate the point
    Each grade is worth a certain amount of points... They add up all your points and then divide it by how many GCSE's you gained and that gives you your average point score


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    Assuming you do not attend one of the (2) partner schools in Wealdstone, then it is unlikely. Typical requirement is 5A+5B (or better).

    (Original post by Loroy)
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    If I get 7 above C's and I am not Catholic is it guaranteed that I will get in St Dominic's? If not what is the best way to have a secure place in St Dominic's?
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    (Original post by Loroy)
    How do you get your point score?
    A*=8, A=7, B=6 etc.
    Add your GCSE scores, get average.
    Typically, 6.5 or better is minimum required to get offer.
 
 
 
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