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tanisha04
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Currently in the process of sending off my ucas and i still need one more uni to apply to. I wanted to apply to queen mary for Law, however the entry requirements for GCSE says 6 passes from A-B, including maths and english. I recieved an 8 for english but a 4 for a maths which does not equate to a B. So is it worth applying to QM or will they just reject me based on my GCSE maths grade?
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I think you have a pretty low chance of an offer to be honest. No-one can say for sure that you'll get rejected, but given that law at QMUL has a 49% offer rate, it's fairly clear that they get a lot more applications than there are places, and will probably have more than enough people who meet their GCSE requirements.

If you have 4 other options that you're happy with and QMUL is just an aspirational choice that you don't need, then there's no harm in applying. But don't get pin all your hopes on it.
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