misscupcakeee29
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So my GCSE grades were quite terrible tbh
English Language 8
English Literature 8
Geography 7
Science 6-6
Maths 5
German 5

However I am predicted A*AA and I want to apply to law at UCL. Do you think this is possible due to the 5 in maths ?
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https://digital.ucas.com/coursedispl...y-requirements doesn't mention Maths GCSE
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Is there any reason you got those grades at GCSE? For example, any extenuating circumstances? If so you should mention it in your reference.
I have to say that it may present a cause for concern, but if the remainder of your application is really good you may get an offer.
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UCL clearly state that they expect a minimum of a 6 in maths and English. Unless you had extenuating circumstances at the time of your GCSEs - backed up by a doctors note or similar - they will find it easy to refect you. On the positive side, there are lots of other good unis that do not have this GCSE requirement.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-st...egrees/law-llb
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