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Hi, I am thinking of applying for the foundation year at LMH. However I am concerned and this is regarding my grades, I have all Bs and Cs at GCSE (no A/A*s) and my AS grades are really bad too (EED). However my teachers are willing to predict me ABB which is the requirement needed for the course I want to do(law). Tough it may seems I want to give it a go but want to check first if I actually have a chance to get an interviewed. You know I don't want to get laughed or embarrassed at.
Also the application is separate from UCAS, is that true?
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If your on EED you shouldn’t be considering law. Law is very difficult. And frankly your teachers shouldn’t give you those predicted grades. Have you thought about repeating the year?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
If your on EED you shouldn’t be considering law. Law is very difficult. And frankly your teachers shouldn’t give you those predicted grades. Have you thought about repeating the year?
Repeating year 12?
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