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    So on my mock exam I got an A on french and a B+ on spanish A level. Last year, I also did maths but I dropped out after failling, so I'm wondering if I get an A and a B I might get accepted if I imply on result day.
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    So on my mock exam I got an A on french and a B+ on spanish A level. Last year, I also did maths but I dropped out after failling, so I'm wondering if I get an A and a B I might get accepted if I imply on result day.
    Ask them, but I think unlikely. Few unis accept 2x A levels only and they tend to be much lower down the table. Imo you should have taken a replacement at the time or you could also consider a foundation year.
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    [QUOTE=999tigger;76449562]Ask them, but I think unlikely. Few unis accept 2x A levels only and they tend to be much lower down the table. Imo you should have taken a replacement at the time or you could also consider a foundation year.[/QUOT


    There's isn't a uni that's would allow me to study language with a foundation course
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    So on my mock exam I got an A on french and a B+ on spanish A level. Last year, I also did maths but I dropped out after failling, so I'm wondering if I get an A and a B I might get accepted if I imply on result day.
    Hi there

    If you pass two A Levels in Spanish and French with an A and B and you are thinking about studying a Languages degree in Spanish and/or French then the admissions team will consider an application from you and I would suggest you submit an application to us through UCAS.

    However if you are looking at studying another subject area entirely you may not meet the entry criteria at this stage and may need to take another A Level or BTEC Subsidiary Diploma. It's best to let me know which degree you're looking at studying so I can find out more information for you.

    Best wishes

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    Hi there

    If you pass two A Levels in Spanish and French with an A and B and you are thinking about studying a Languages degree in Spanish and/or French then the admissions team will consider an application from you and I would suggest you submit an application to us through UCAS.

    However if you are looking at studying another subject area entirely you may not meet the entry criteria at this stage and may need to take another A Level or BTEC Subsidiary Diploma. It's best to let me know which degree you're looking at studying so I can find out more information for you.

    Best wishes

    Kim
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    Sorry for the late reply,I'm considering studying french and spanish
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    Sorry for the late reply,I'm considering studying french and spanish
    Hi there

    If you are looking to study French and Spanish are you are predicted an A and a B in A Level French and Spanish and you also have an AS in Maths then we will consider an application from you.

    Please apply online through UCAS.

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    Hi there

    If you are looking to study French and Spanish are you are predicted an A and a B in A Level French and Spanish and you also have an AS in Maths then we will consider an application from you.

    Please apply online through UCAS.

    Best wishes

    Kim
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    I know the entry requieremnt are BCC, would you consider me if I get an A in french B in spanish and an E in AS maths
 
 
 
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