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I didn't receive the best results for my gcse's and im wondering if most uni's will accept me. I currently study health and social care level 3 and im doing well in it.

My question is, will any uni even take me in? Or am i screwed...
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I didn't receive the best results for my gcse's and im wondering if most uni's will accept me. I currently study health and social care level 3 and im doing well in it.

My question is, will any uni even take me in? Or am i screwed...
If you at least passed GCSE Maths and English then you should be fine for a number of universities.

Ultimately, you have to see what the entry requirements are for the universities you want to go to yourself.
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You can get away with it as long as your AS/A level grades are great. Even for Cambridge (although Oxford is a bit more demanding with GCSEs)
Do well now, get your math and English up to a 5/6 if your aiming for a Russell group uni. Thats all
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If you at least passed GCSE Maths and English then you should be fine for a number of universities.

Ultimately, you have to see what the entry requirements are for the universities you want to go to yourself.
Thanks for replying, appreciated.
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