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I Read In The News That Some People Who Got 4A* In Levels Were Rejected By The University?From Higher Education (University +) Forum:
I read in the news that some people who got 4A* in levels were rejected by the university? why did they get rejected? what should I do to secure a position in top unis
Answer: Well you still need good grades if that's what your asking but a good interview and standardized testing like the L... something at Cambridge (which is probably where the article that your referring to is talking about) does also helps determine whether they want to admit you. This article may interest you... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1207842/A-Level-results-2009-Pupil-TEN-A-grades-denied-entry-Oxford-maths-whizz-15-gets-place-Cambridge.html What you need is to to get good grades, do some reputable things- extra-curriculars and stuff and to do well at the interview- hope this helps :)
A Level Results 2009?From Other - Education Forum:
A level results 2009? Okay I am trying to access my results on line but its not logging me in ! Whenever I type my email address , it says the user name is not valid for CE 2009. I am so stressed out because I have no other option but to check on line. Is there anyone who is going through the same thing as me ? or What do I do ? And yes I am registered ! ( I registered in 2008!) So is there anything like registering again for this year ? Oh and I did register again for CE 2009 but when I do it says your already registered and the confirmation mail has been sent. I am so clueless! :S well I am logging in at WNW.resultsplusdirect.co.uk.. oh and good luck :)
Answer: I tried my college website and it said "Portfolios disabled until midnight at which point the Summer 2009 exam results will be added" i guess I have to wait till midnight best of luck
What Are My Chances Of Getting To Oxford?From Higher Education (University +) Forum:
What are my chances of getting to Oxford? I've read plenty of 'guides' and 'criteria' but am still struggling to evaluate my chances. I want to apply for POL for Psychology and Linguistics. I am taking A-levels Maths, Biology, Economics, Business, Russian and Italian. My predicted grades are B, A*, A*, A*, A*, A* respectively. I am as well doing an EPA on Second language acquisition and an EPA on importance of language and tone used for telemarketing. I haven't done Gases, but have an equivalent qualification and have 12/12 in English, Russian, Literature, History, Biology, Geography, Ecology, Business and Art; 11/12 in German, Law, Astronomy and Physics and 10/12 in Ukrainian, Philosophy, Maths and Chemistry. (12/12, 11/12 and 10/12 are all counted as 'excellent'). My Personal Statement is a bit weak, because I am as well applying for Psy+Economics and Psy+Business.. so the focus is not only on linguistics. I have lots of extra-activities and in my PS have linked them to my will to study Psychology. Do I have any chance? I would much appreciate any comments.. Thank you!
Answer: Your A Levels are pretty amazing! (besides the maths unfortunately). However, grades is only one thing, you need to interview well! Somebody who received 10 A's at A Level was rejected from Oxford because her interview did not go well: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1207842/A-Level-results-2009-Pupil-TEN-A-grades-denied-entry-Oxford-maths-whizz-15-gets-place-Cambridge.html Good luck! :)
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