I'm in year 11 and today i received my first predicted grades, our school sends them monthly. I know that i'm predicted more than a 'c'/'5' and that is what matters most, but for me, considering i want to take the medicine route [alevels= chemistry,biology,maths,geograph y] , and the sixth forms i want to go to are competitive: how are they?
English Literature : 8
English Language : 7
History : 8
Spanish : 6
Chemistry : 8
Biology : 8
They are ok, i know that, but ideally how are they:
Also i want to apply to sixthforms like Latymer ( i know i need to do an entry exam but predicted grades are important) and Henrietta Barnett, Holland Park, Woodhouse...
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- 19-10-2017 17:50
- 20-10-2017 19:50
There is no harm applying. Good grammar schools tend to be composed of students with ability between 8A's(7s) and 8A*s(8/9). I go to one in Southend that needs 4 As (7s) and 4 Bs (6). However you may want to reconsider Geography as a 6 is weak. Most will have 7-9s in the subjects they are taking for A level, but your others seem strong and will not hinder your chances in Medicine- do try and push for 9s in the sciences and maths during the actual thing however, then all universities will be open to you.