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Hi, so I have ABB in my A levels and wanted to do law, but most places I see are AAA or AAB and I’m just wondering if there are any good RG or other top universities which will accept these grades?
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(Original post by kzadboy7)
Hi, so I have ABB in my A levels and wanted to do law, but most places I see are AAA or AAB and I’m just wondering if there are any good RG or other top universities which will accept these grades?
Plenty of mid-tier RGs would let you in with ABB in a normal year, even if your offer was nominally higher. However, this is not a normal year, so those with unfairly inflated CAG are effectively stealing your spot.
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Plenty of mid-tier RGs would let you in with ABB in a normal year, even if your offer was nominally higher. However, this is not a normal year, so those with unfairly inflated CAG are effectively stealing your spot.
Hi, I’m applying next year, so for the 2022 entry; apologies, I should’ve specified
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Hi, I’m applying next year, so for the 2022 entry; apologies, I should’ve specified
Difficult to say. There is plenty of data on whatdotheyknow.com on what grades candidates actually enrol with (it's often lower than you think!) but it will be 4-5 years out of date by the time you apply.
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