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Do you think my GCSE is good enough for UCL?
3 A *
4 A
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Doing Math FM and Eco for A level
Predicted A* A* A
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(Original post by abshah123456)
Do you think my GCSE is good enough for UCL?
3 A *
4 A
2 B
1 C
Doing Math FM and Eco for A level
Predicted A* A* A
Check carefully as many universities do not accept Further Maths as a 3rd A level but only as a 4th.
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For UCL it stats "A* in Mathematics required. Further Mathematics preferred. If you are studying both then the A* can be in either subject."
Also i got a 4/C for German can that really affect my application for UCL ??X
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Check carefully as many universities do not accept Further Maths as a 3rd A level but only as a 4th.
For UCL it stats "A* in Mathematics required. Further Mathematics preferred. If you are studying both then the A* can be in either subject."

Also i got a 4/C for German can that really affect my application for UCL ??X
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For UCL it stats "A* in Mathematics required. Further Mathematics preferred. If you are studying both then the A* can be in either subject."

Also i got a 4/C for German can that really affect my application for UCL ??X
Check UCL language requirements. Can’t remember if the top of my head whether they need a 4 or a 5 in a foreign language. Basically if you come to UCL, you must achieve a certain grade( a pass) in a modern foreign language or if you don’t, they force you to take a language module. Because a pass is now essentially split into a lower pass(4) and a higher pass(5), best thing to do is email them or check requirements which can be found online
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hey thanks for replying all
If you dont pass the gcse requirements for the language then they make you take it when you enroll.
But the question im reaally concerned about is.. is my gcse okay for eco and stats?/
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Check UCL language requirements. Can’t remember if the top of my head whether they need a 4 or a 5 in a foreign language. Basically if you come to UCL, you must achieve a certain grade( a pass) in a modern foreign language or if you don’t, they force you to take a language module. Because a pass is now essentially split into a lower pass(4) and a higher pass(5), best thing to do is email them or check requirements which can be found online
hey thanks for replying all
If you dont pass the gcse requirements for the language then they make you take it when you enroll.
But the question im reaally concerned about is.. is my gcse okay for eco and stats?/
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hey thanks for replying all
If you dont pass the gcse requirements for the language then they make you take it when you enroll.
But the question im reaally concerned about is.. is my gcse okay for eco and stats?/
To put it bluntly, your GCSEs are a bit low for UCL (you have to consider it’s got some of the most talented privately educated students for across the world), but a-levels matter waaaay more. Get good a levels, write a strong personal statement and you’re in
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To put it bluntly, your GCSEs are a bit low for UCL (you have to consider it’s got some of the most talented privately educated students for across the world), but a-levels matter waaaay more. Get good a levels, write a strong personal statement and you’re in
thanks bro,
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To put it bluntly, your GCSEs are a bit low for UCL (you have to consider it’s got some of the most talented privately educated students for across the world), but a-levels matter waaaay more. Get good a levels, write a strong personal statement and you’re in
IS 5 A* 2A 2 B AND a C
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IS 5 A* 2A 2 B AND a C
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Yes but very negligible difference overall
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