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    I really want to study either Religion and theology or languages at Exeter, Cardiff or Bristol universities. To study lanuages at Exeter I would go through the flexible combined honours option. I am predicted AAB at A level though my GCSE grades aren't great and have only ever been in state education. What are the odds of me getting in? What other options would you recommend?
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    (Original post by jgt811)
    I really want to study either Religion and theology or languages at Exeter, Cardiff or Bristol universities. To study lanuages at Exeter I would go through the flexible combined honours option. I am predicted AAB at A level though my GCSE grades aren't great and have only ever been in state education. What are the odds of me getting in? What other options would you recommend?
    What subjects are you studying at A Level?

    And why have you not decided what course you want to study?

    What are your future career plans if you have them?
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    Sociology, government and politics, communication and culture.
    If I do a religious studies degree I would become a university lecturer or if I do languages I would become an online teacher.
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    (Original post by jgt811)
    Sociology, government and politics, communication and culture.
    If I do a religious studies degree I would become a university lecturer or if I do languages I would become an online teacher.
    When I applied via UCAS (in 2009, though) I applied for different subjects at different universities. I just wrote several personal statements and sent them to the universities after my UCAS profile was submitted. You might be consider contacting the universities to see if this is still an option.
 
 
 
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