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    Hi, so i am now thinking of taking law and spanish law at uni as a joint degree. However, most unis require an a level in spanish and i was unable to do this due to my B in spanish at GCSE however i really do have a passion for languages,especially spanish, and my teacher at gcse was awful but nowhere else will let me do spanish a level with a B. If i were to learn spanish to a very good level (self teaching and private tutoring) could i call up the uni and ask for a special interview to review my spanish or would that never happen? please help!
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    (Original post by Amoamor)
    Hi, so i am now thinking of taking law and spanish law at uni as a joint degree. However, most unis require an a level in spanish and i was unable to do this due to my B in spanish at GCSE however i really do have a passion for languages,especially spanish, and my teacher at gcse was awful but nowhere else will let me do spanish a level with a B. If i were to learn spanish to a very good level (self teaching and private tutoring) could i call up the uni and ask for a special interview to review my spanish or would that never happen? please help!
    If you are that passionate then why not take a gap and take the A level.

    Not sure a uni wants to interview someone with poor Spanish. You can always ask.
 
 
 
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