At GCSE I got 7 A's and 2 B's, so I think Cambridge would be the one to go for (would I have a chance at Oxford?).
I'm studying History, Geography, Politics, Physics (AS) and an EPQ, for A-Levels.
My current plan is to do a Geography degree and then maybe a GDL (SQE by then?). However, I feel that the lack of Biology might negatively impact my application, as apparently, it is quite useful for Geography at university. I also wanted to do Economics, however, the lesson times clashed with Geography. Would I be able to self-teach this? Would it be worth it?
I don't think anyone has gotten into Oxbridge from my college, will I be at a disadvantage? I'm also looking for things that I could use in my personal statement too.
Is Oxbridge a realistic target? Watch
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Last edited by Fonzworth; 12-11-2017 at 16:51.
- 12-11-2017 16:50
- 12-11-2017 16:53
most applicants have a high percentage of A*s but many at Cambridge also don't. as long as you meet the entry requirements there's no harm in applying