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    Hello,

    I'm an IB student in New Zealand and this is my current subjects and grades:

    English A 7
    Chinese A 7
    Chemistry SL 7
    Physics HL 7
    Mathematics HL 7
    History HL 7

    I really want to study law at Oxbrige, do I stand a high chance? Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!
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    (Original post by nayananayana)
    Hello,

    I'm an IB student in New Zealand and this is my current subjects and grades:

    English A 7
    Chinese A 7
    Chemistry SL 7
    Physics HL 7
    Mathematics HL 7
    History HL 7

    I really want to study law at Oxbrige, do I stand a high chance? Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!
    You exceed the grade requirements... but nobody truly has a high chance; it would depend on interviews/admissions tests/ references etc...

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    (Original post by nayananayana)
    Hello,

    I'm an IB student in New Zealand and this is my current subjects and grades:

    English A 7
    Chinese A 7
    Chemistry SL 7
    Physics HL 7
    Mathematics HL 7
    History HL 7

    I really want to study law at Oxbrige, do I stand a high chance? Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!
    Your grades are obviously good enough and having both essay-based (English, Chinese, History) and the science/maths subjects (further shows analytical ability) is perhaps the best combination possible (an educated guess based on what our UCAS coordinator told me when I was considering law).

    HOWEVER, grades/subjects are just one of several components of your application. There is really only one way to know if you can get in. If you think you would like to study at Oxbridge (don't forget there are other excellent UK universities), go for it. Good luck.
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    (Original post by uzrnem)
    Your grades are obviously good enough and having both essay-based (English, Chinese, History) and the science/maths subjects (further shows analytical ability) is perhaps the best combination possible (an educated guess based on what our UCAS coordinator told me when I was considering law).

    HOWEVER, grades/subjects are just one of several components of your application. There is really only one way to know if you can get in. If you think you would like to study at Oxbridge (don't forget there are other excellent UK universities), go for it. Good luck.
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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    You exceed the grade requirements... but nobody truly has a high chance; it would depend on interviews/admissions tests/ references etc...

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    Thank you!
 
 
 
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