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    My GCSEs are so bad I can't stop forgetting them (2 Bs and 5Cs) and I want to study law in university. Should I just lose hope? I'm currently doing a level history, politics and law. Please help, thanks.
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    (Original post by Elmoalem)
    My GCSEs are so bad I can't stop forgetting them (2 Bs and 5Cs) and I want to study law in university. Should I just lose hope? I'm currently doing a level history, politics and law. Please help, thanks.
    Bs and Cs aren't THAT bad, besides I heard people don't care about them I think if you take the chance to do well at A-Levels it shows a redeeming quality.
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    hi there
    you seem distressed
    just take a moment to reflect and recognise all the incredible qualities that make you you
    dont ever lose hope - strive for the best
    if you believe then you can achieve
    failing that, vodka always helps!
    you do you honey boo boo
    if you want to study law, you study law
    all the best
 
 
 
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