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can i get into ucl with poorer gcses? - law

hi everyone,

apologies in advance as this question has been asked thousands of times 💀

i'm in year 12 currently and i'm researching potential university options, i'm quite interested in kcl's english and hong kong law llb and jd and ucl's bachelor of laws with hku- i'm aware these courses are very competitive but some of my gcses are on the weaker side so i'm wondering if it's even worth applying in the future?

i got 98888776655 and i study a level economics, english literature and history
Original post by chlock
hi everyone,
apologies in advance as this question has been asked thousands of times 💀
i'm in year 12 currently and i'm researching potential university options, i'm quite interested in kcl's english and hong kong law llb and jd and ucl's bachelor of laws with hku- i'm aware these courses are very competitive but some of my gcses are on the weaker side so i'm wondering if it's even worth applying in the future?
i got 98888776655 and i study a level economics, english literature and history

Hi,

Your GCSEs seem fine to me.

Just look over all the entry requirements on the UCL website and contact the admissions team.

Bear in mind that your GCSEs are not the only thing they consider.
Here's the official website and common questions prospective applicants (like yourself) seem to ask:

Undergraduate FAQs - for prospective applicants | UCL Faculty of Laws - UCL University College London
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Original post by chlock
hi everyone,
apologies in advance as this question has been asked thousands of times 💀
i'm in year 12 currently and i'm researching potential university options, i'm quite interested in kcl's english and hong kong law llb and jd and ucl's bachelor of laws with hku- i'm aware these courses are very competitive but some of my gcses are on the weaker side so i'm wondering if it's even worth applying in the future?
i got 98888776655 and i study a level economics, english literature and history


Im pretty sure ucl priorities LNAT over gcses and predicted
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Original post by Arii256
Im pretty sure ucl priorities LNAT over gcses and predicted


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