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    Hello. I know I am still far away from my real exams, but I recently got my term 1 mock GCSE results in Year 10. I am going into Y11 in September.

    For my mocks I got:
    5,5,6,6,7,7,7,7,8,8.

    If I were to get those grades in 18 months time how would they compare to the successful RG Law applicant? I've been browsing and everyone seems to be getting 9A*'s and an A, which is very impressive.

    Let's say I got A*AA at A- Levels, would those GCSE's specifically be good enough to compete for a place at a top RG university like KCL or UCL?

    5,5,6,6,7,7,7,7,7,8,8.

    Thanks!
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    Hello. I know I am still far away from my real exams, but I recently got my term 1 mock GCSE results in Year 10. I am going into Y11 in September.

    For my mocks I got:
    5,5,6,6,7,7,7,7,8,8.

    If I were to get those grades in 18 months time how would they compare to the successful RG Law applicant? I've been browsing and everyone seems to be getting 9A*'s and an A, which is very impressive.

    Let's say I got A*AA at A- Levels, would those GCSE's specifically be good enough to compete for a place at a top RG university like KCL or UCL?

    5,5,6,6,7,7,7,7,7,8,8.

    Thanks!
    They would be fine. You are almost certainly going to improve a grade, so then they would be excellent.

    Uni is more focused on A levels.
 
 
 
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