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    If I've done really well in Business all year and practically been at the top of my class yet, massively did badly on my mock on a one time fluke, would my predicted grade be likely to go down or will they consider me on a one on one level and keep it the same? Also, if my predicted grade does go down based on the mock result of one A level, does that effect how unis see me? Does that mean they are less likely to give me an offer? Thanks!

    From what I remember, your predicted grade gets decided on a number of exams you take over the year. I would personally suggest speaking to your teacher and asking for their point of view. In the end they are the ones with most experience.

    It really depends on your sixth form and the teachers - at my college, if you ask to be predicted AAA they'll predict it for you, no questions asked :dontknow:

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