So, I'll be starting sixth form within the next week and I'm slightly confused about what the new linear A-levels mean for University applications next year. I didn't do particularly well at GCSE(after moving, at the beginning of Year 11 from the U.S. on very short notice, with no knowledge of what GCSES were), but I passed and got into my sixth form, I have in the U.S. been an academic high-achiever and have won various academic awards, and so hope to work exceptionally hard on my A-Levels and hopefully do very well, again obviously this is hopeful. But, I have seen that with the A-Level reform, all the subjects that I take A-Levels for will not have real,solid grade data when I apply for Unis next year. So, I was hoping someone might be able to help me understand what Unis will be looking at, I would be completely shocked if it was mainly GCSEs, as that wouldn't make sense, but I would also be shocked if it was predicted grades, so any help would be appreciated!
A Level Reform Help
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