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What law unis would u recommend if I got all 4s in gcses but my predicted grades for A levels are 2 As and a D*
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Is your reference going to give reasons why there is such a big difference between your GCSE attainment and your predicted A level attainment? It's possible that universities will be sceptical you can do that much better.
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Is your reference going to give reasons why there is such a big difference between your GCSE attainment and your predicted A level attainment? It's possible that universities will be sceptical you can do that much better.
Well I moved school at year 10 and the learning curriculum was different and I never took my school work seriously mostly becuase I had low ambitions and thought I wouldn’t get anywhere then I decided I wanted to do law then I worked and revised a lot and got high predicted grades and I’m trying to aim for A*.

Tbf I know my gcses will be a set back but I just want to know what uni will be suitable for me
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