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    Hi,

    Basically im going to uni next year to study Physics Foundation year (probly at Queen Mary) , as I do not have both maths and physics at A level standard, only Maths and also will have AS level physics. However after completetion of the foundation year i am hoping to either then transfer into the first year at either kings college or UCL.

    After enquiring to both about transferring they both mentioned that I would need distinctions in the overall year and distinctions in both the Maths and Physics modules.

    I am just wondering how difficult would it be to achieve this considering that I would not have Physics at A level standard?
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    I would imagine it would be fairly reasonable to get you up to A-level +1 over a years worth of university study, I'm not saying it will be easy but if you work hard I don't see why its not an achievable goal
 
 
 
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