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    I would love to do french and an asian language at UCL which means i would need AAA at the end of my A2 year. The a-levels i am doing now are English Lanugage, philosophy and ethics, and French, also i am doing extra spanish then starting my AS next year. Also i plan on doing an EPQ. If i got AAB/AAA in my AS year, would all of this be good enough for UCL? I would love a career in languages
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    I would love to do french and an asian language at UCL which means i would need AAA at the end of my A2 year. The a-levels i am doing now are English Lanugage, philosophy and ethics, and French, also i am doing extra spanish then starting my AS next year. Also i plan on doing an EPQ. If i got AAB/AAA in my AS year, would all of this be good enough for UCL? I would love a career in languages
    That's a lot to do in your second year!!!:eek:

    My advice would be to think very carefully and plan your time wisely.:yep:

    I can't see much of a reason for you not to be seriously considered for UCL.:nah:

    Obviously, your other qualifications, super-curricular, extra-curricular and personal statement will also play a part.
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    A member of my family did something similar to you. She wanted to do german and italian, after doing math german and english at A level. She got AAB, which originaly wasn't enough however UCL said they would've let her in that year but the courses were full. She took a gap year but still would've gotten in that year even with AAB and not AAA if the course wasn't full.
 
 
 
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