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    For the Welsh Baccalaureate GCSE (After September 2015) what grade is required to do A Level Welsh bac? Is there a required grade, does it just depend on the school, or can everyone take it no matter their GCSE grade? Also, will my grade at GCSE affect my A Level?
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    Pretty sure your GCSE grade won't affect the A Level grade - they're two different qualifications. I also don't believe that you have to get a certain grade to do it at a level.


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    Okay, thank you! For some reason I had in my head that it had an entry requirement, but I think I'm wrong.

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    Pretty sure your GCSE grade won't affect the A Level grade - they're two different qualifications. I also don't believe that you have to get a certain grade to do it at a level.


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