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    I am currently in my second year of A-levels studying mathematics, further mathematics, physics and computer science. For my AS grades I achieved 3 A's in mathematics, further mathematics and physics. I am predicted 3A*'s and an A for my A-levels and am wondering whether or not I have a chance of getting into imperial college London to study physics. So far everything sounds great however there is one major problem although my A-levels should be more than good enough for Imperial I only achieved 2A's and B's at gcse. On the Imperial admissions they say they do not have any GCSE requirements, how true is this? And would I have any chance of getting in.
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