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So I have been studying to achieve my American high school diploma for the past three years and I rank top of my school academically, I also study college-level classes called AP classes. I have recently decided to attend a college in the UK to complete my A-levels but I am unable to complete my GCSES. Could anybody let me know if my lack of GCSES will affect my chances of getting into University if I have my a-levels completed? Thanks.
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They take account of your academic background so they’ll consider the lack of GCSEs in your application since I assume you’re from America?
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Not really because if u have top grades in the American equivalent to Gcsses they take those into account instead.
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