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Hi, I am a year 12 student aiming to apply for UCL to study economics in 2019, my current academic status is predicted A*A*A*B (Math, Economics, Chinese, Spanish respectively) + EPQ A, I self-learned the As further math syllabus and have an IELTS grade of 7.5. However, I decided to take the A-level Chinese early this year as I felt confident that an A* could have been achieved, but I didn't and only received a B in the A2 module (78%) and A in As module (95%). Since the FAQ of the economics department imply that resit grades are generally less appealing due to the competitive nature of the course. My question is: if I plan to retake during year 13 which is still during the two-year academic study of A-levels, would that be considered as less competitive as well?
If so, any pieces of advice for me?

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I talked to other universities and all of them are happy with the two year thing but just unsure about UCL.
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