Can I get into A-level with C's and D's in O-level?

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I just got my results, it was very disappointing. I took Ict,Chemistry,Physics,Biology, & Environmental Management. Compulsory subjects are English and Math. So, I passed everything besides Ict and Math. Math I got a straight E and Ict a D. Evm and English a C but I am going to do a re test on EvM,Math and Ict in 2 months. But right I want to know if I can get into a good school to study A-level with these grades? My preferred country is Japan, my parents are fine with sending me to Japan as well, I plan on living there forever once my education is completed, preferably I can finish my studies in Japan.
Edit : I want to purse the subjects Bio,Physics,Ict and EvM since I don't like chem,english and math.
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(Original post by hhhs12)
I just got my results, it was very disappointing. I took Ict,Chemistry,Physics,Biology, & Environmental Management. Compulsory subjects are English and Math. So, I passed everything besides Ict and Math. Math I got a straight E and Ict a D. Evm and English a C but I am going to do a re test on EvM,Math and Ict in 2 months. But right I want to know if I can get into a good school to study A-level with these grades? My preferred country is Japan, my parents are fine with sending me to Japan as well, I plan on living there forever once my education is completed, preferably I can finish my studies in Japan.
Edit : I want to purse the subjects Bio,Physics,Ict and EvM since I don't like chem,english and math.
No idea about Japan. Try and contact some TSR users who are in japan (use the search facility and PM them) or change the title of your OP to include Japan and maybe post in the international section. the other way is to do some research and see what entry requirements are for school.

In the UK they usually require you to get a B in order to be allowed to sit at A level. I would say its going to be tough because a good school is likely to be competitive and so can demand above the minimum grades. If you find they will not get you into the a suitable school then simply resit them.
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