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    9A*s and 2As

    are they strong, moderate or weak?
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    Very poor. Literal waste of time tier.

    Also people who make these threads should legit be deported.
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    not asking for an ego boost, asking because a university scores gcses in this way so I want to see how they would score me
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    (Original post by GrabDrop)
    Very poor. Literal waste of time tier.

    Also people who make these threads should legit be deported.
    please read above post
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    I'd say they're very strong and stable
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    (Original post by yesmynameis)
    not asking for an ego boost, asking because a university scores gcses in this way so I want to see how they would score me
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    please read above post
    My comment stands big man. BMT go outside and do something.Wallahi, you probably need that Vitamin D based on those GCSEs.
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    Well...

    You do only have 82% A*s at GCSE...







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    (Original post by GrabDrop)
    My comment stands big man. BMT go outside and do something.Wallahi, you probably need that Vitamin D based on those GCSEs.
    my social life is great alhamdolilah if thats what you're asking matie
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    (Original post by Tantalus)
    Well...

    You do only have 82% A*s at GCSE...







    but my question is would that be strong or moderate? because people applying for medicine will have all A*s soooo...
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    Stupid thread, stupid question. You obviously know those grades are great. Don't be stupid.
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    The Student Room isn't the best place to come to determine trends...
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    (Original post by Quizlet)
    Stupid thread, stupid question. You obviously know those grades are great. Don't be stupid.
    please refer to my second post. I am not posting to brag, I want to know whether they would be classed as moderate or strong, seeing as many people have 13A*s for medicine
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    (Original post by yesmynameis)
    9A*s and 2As

    are they strong, moderate or weak?
    Disgrace, only 82% of your grades are A*. You should be ashamed.
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    (Original post by yesmynameis)
    please refer to my second post. I am not posting to brag, I want to know whether they would be classed as moderate or strong, seeing as many people have 13A*s for medicine
    9A* is more than enough. Those are strong enough. Work on an excellent PS and getting relevant W.E.
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    (Original post by GrabDrop)
    My comment stands big man. BMT go outside and do something.Wallahi, you probably need that Vitamin D based on those GCSEs.
    im deadddddd omg
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    (Original post by yesmynameis)
    please refer to my second post. I am not posting to brag, I want to know whether they would be classed as moderate or strong, seeing as many people have 13A*s for medicine
    since when??? my friend got into medicine with 3A*
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    Mate, not everyone who is applying for medicine has 13 A*s. Anyway, even with weak GCSEs, there are plenty of routes into medicine.

    You belittling your own amazing grades is a slap in the face for all the people who tried hard in their GCSEs yet weren't able to achieve as highly.
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    (Original post by yesmynameis)
    9A*s and 2As

    are they strong, moderate or weak?
    GCSEs are only as strong as the person carrying them. And given you have to ask...

    They won't be a barrier to getting into anything (OK, apart from bragging clubs). Focus on your A-levels and other parts of your application.
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    You need at least 20 A*s to even be considered by London Met, sorry
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    is this seriously a question lol

    GCSE wise you're fine, but don't assume this means you're safe. You've got A levels which are way more important and that is what unis mainly look at, and then there's your personal statement, which is harder than it sounds, trust me. They want to accept someone who is of the right academic standards, but also has the right personality traits.
 
 
 
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