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    3 a levels sociology, politics and law and film studies.
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    yep
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    Yep, they are probably the 3 easiest
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    I suppose you just have to bear in mind that all the kids who got Ds and below at GCSE are unlikely to be doing A-levels, which means that A-level grade boundaries are much higher than GCSE ones.
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    (Original post by EmilyMisty)
    3 a levels sociology, politics and law and film studies.
    Of course you can! 😊 There is always time for improvement.
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    Yeah, I'm sure you will be fine. It depends from college to college though as I know my college required 8 Bs for a levels, but there will be somewhere you can go! They're not the hardest A levels either. Obviously if you were going for STEM or tough humanities, people may advise you against it. But anything is possible if you're committed to trying!
 
 
 
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