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Hi,
I just wanted some advice as I would like to pursue Law at either Oxford or Cambridge however:
1. I am not sure if my grades are good enough
2. I am not sure how to stand out.

For GCSE's I got:
GRADE 9- Maths, History, English Literature
GRADE 8- Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, French
GRADE 7- Biology, English Language

For A-levels I am also only doing 3 A-levels: Maths, History and Politics- therefore I am not sure if I will be penalised for doing 3 and not 4.

Any advice regarding my subjects and what I can do to be a successful applicant would be invaluable.
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Grades are fine.

Oxbridge offers are based on 3 A levels for law so you will not be penalised at all as they look for quality over quantity. Good luck
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