Can I still go uni with a 4 in GCSE Eng Lang

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Dk if I’m gonna retake.... but if I get accepted into a college (which I’ll find out next week) then I won’t have to
So is there a uni in LONDON that will allow students with a GCSE at this level?

I’m saying London because I’m going to be staying at home and our parents always argue bout the commute..
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Dk if I’m gonna retake.... but if I get accepted into a college (which I’ll find out next week) then I won’t have to
So is there a uni in LONDON that will allow students with a GCSE at this level?

I’m saying London because I’m going to be staying at home and our parents always argue bout the commute..
Well it depends on what you’re going to study at university to compare the entry requirements to that course? You might be able to, yes
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Well it depends on what you’re going to study at university to compare the entry requirements to that course? You might be able to, yes
what if you took medicine?
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I did my GCSE's in 2017 and I got a 4 in English language. I'm going to the university of Manchester next month. GCSE's are not the end of the world mine didn't go the best you've just got work hard in your a-levels an you'll get where you need to be do not worry!
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what if you took medicine?
I’m not taking medicine
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what if you took medicine?
Most medical schools want at least a 6 in English, you’ll need to look at the entry requirements for all medical schools (universities). I’ll link them on a new message as it doesn’t want to send weirdly.
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Something business related
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Here are the entry requirements for medicine:

https://www.medschools.ac.uk/media/2...al-schools.pdf
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I did my GCSE's in 2017 and I got a 4 in English language. I'm going to the university of Manchester next month. GCSE's are not the end of the world mine didn't go the best you've just got work hard in your a-levels an you'll get where you need to be do not worry!
Thanks!
Yh I’m planning to work so hard for a levels....
lol I’m just thinking of doing flashcards after each lesson and day
Not productive...idk I like lazy revision
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Thanks!
Yh I’m planning to work so hard for a levels....
lol I’m just thinking of doing flashcards after each lesson and day
Not productive...idk I like lazy revision
😒😔😕
Flashcards are good to a certain extent for key terms they're especially good. I found the best revision was to attempt as many past paper and essay questions as possible ask your teachers to mark them and ask for their feedback and make the most of mark schemes to perfect your answers if you were not 100% there. Even just attempting one exam question a day till your exam will help massively.
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See that’s wat I’d never do in yr 11 maybe only once coz I was so lazy...
Nah I’m gonna fix up.... hopefully 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻
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See that’s wat I’d never do in yr 11 maybe only once coz I was so lazy...
Nah I’m gonna fix up.... hopefully 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻
Well I hope you do well in your a levels and get into the uni you want too!
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Well I hope you do well in your a levels and get into the uni you want too!
Thank youuu !!!!
Oh hopefully oh I hope sooo!
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It depends entirely on the uni, so it's probably worth researching some that you're interested in now. But it's fairly standard for any course to require Grade 5/C English and Maths, even when they have nothing to do with the subject.
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It depends entirely on the uni, so it's probably worth researching some that you're interested in now. But it's fairly standard for any course to require Grade 5/C English and Maths, even when they have nothing to do with the subject.
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