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    Hey, what's up
    Basically in my gcse's I got

    B-Maths
    B-RE
    B-History
    B-English lit
    C-psychology
    C-English language
    C-Core science
    C-Additional science
    C-French
    D-IT

    I could have got better grades but I was really really lazy, I never ever revised
    I'm currently doing bio, Chen and psychology
    Hopefully I want to apply to a course like optometry or pharmacy
    I know if I put my head down, I can get 3 A's
    Say that I do really well in my A levels, do you think I should redo any gcse's this year
    Thanks so much
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    (Original post by Meee321)
    Hey, what's up
    Basically in my gcse's I got

    B-Maths
    B-RE
    B-History
    B-English lit
    C-psychology
    C-English language
    C-Core science
    C-Additional science
    C-French
    D-IT

    I could have got better grades but I was really really lazy, I never ever revised
    I'm currently doing bio, Chen and psychology
    Hopefully I want to apply to a course like optometry or pharmacy
    I know if I put my head down, I can get 3 A's
    Say that I do really well in my A levels, do you think I should redo any gcse's this year
    Thanks so much
    Most universities require at least a B in english, maths and depending on the course science, so it may be worth re-taking core, additional and english language to try and get a B.
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    I wouldn't worry too much about your GCSEs, they're not that important in my opinion, universities don't care too much about them. As long as you passed Maths, English and Science you're all good.
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    (Original post by L.Prudhoe)
    I wouldn't worry too much about your GCSEs, they're not that important in my opinion, universities don't care too much about them. As long as you passed Maths, English and Science you're all good.
    Very true.


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    Guy says he got bad GCSEs.

    Got Bs and Cs.

    **** off.
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    (Original post by L.Prudhoe)
    I wouldn't worry too much about your GCSEs, they're not that important in my opinion, universities don't care too much about them. As long as you passed Maths, English and Science you're all good.
    Thanks mate,
    Are you sure,
    Do u have an experience or know anyone that has done this
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    (Original post by Meee321)
    Thanks mate,
    Are you sure,
    Do u have an experience or know anyone that has done this
    M8, my GCSEs are worse and I'm sitting on an unconditional from Uni of Sheffield and conditionals from Manchester, Nottingham and had a £15k scholarship for UEA. (For Economics)




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    [QUOTE=nemanuel96;68423558]M8, my GCSEs are worse and I'm sitting on an unconditional from Uni of Sheffield and conditionals from Manchester, Nottingham and had a £15k scholarship for UEA. (For Economics)

    Thanks for the advice man, and I hope u get in uni next yr
 
 
 
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