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Im currently in year 10 about to go into year 11 for my GCSE's and generally overall in year 10 I haven't been getting the best of grades typically B's and C's. It's always been my dream to go to Cambridge University in the UK or Harvard in the US. I am for sure aiming for straight 9's or A**'s in my GCSE's in all my subjects and also 2 additional GCSE's I'm self studying which are geography and environmental science. I know that I will push myself over the next 3 years to get amazing results. Even if I did terrible in 'freshman' year (year 10) do I still have a chance at the elite colleges?12 replies
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