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I’m currently studying btec business and re with predicted grades of D*D C. Does it sound possible that I’ll get accepted to city uni for law? They require DD in business btec and a B in a level
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Its def. worth applying.

This is the usual advice re. your 5 UCAS choices :
1 'risky' choice - just above your predicted grades
2 or 3 - at your predicted grades
1 or 2 - below your predicted grade
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Its def. worth applying.

This is the usual advice re. your 5 UCAS choices :
1 'risky' choice - just above your predicted grades
2 or 3 - at your predicted grades
1 or 2 - below your predicted grade
Unfortunately I can’t find any unis that require grades below a C my business grades are fine. It’s just re that’s concerning
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Unfortunately I can’t find any unis that require grades below a C my business grades are fine. It’s just re that’s concerning
A*AC equivalent - its worth applying to more than one AAB, and these are ABB examples of where they are likely to be more flexilbe and several last year were making lower offers than their entry requirements :
Goldsmiths, Uni of London - https://www.gold.ac.uk/ug/llb-law/
Royal Holloway, Uni of London - https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/stud...iminology/law/
Sussex - https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/under...ourses/law-llb
Aberysthwyth - https://courses.aber.ac.uk/undergrad...w-degree-m100/
UEA - https://www.uea.ac.uk/course/undergraduate/llb-law
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