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    I've been predicted AAB and am now selecting what universities I am applying for. I am thinking to do:
    Bristol, as my ideal
    Birmingham, I've heard they accept people who don't have AAA a lot
    Liverpool, great uni low requirements...

    Then I'm considering Strathclyde as it is high in the rankings, but is it prestigious enough. Also Exeter says AAA/AAB so I reckon it would be worth applying there too. However I do also really like Leeds and York, would they be decent options to put down despite being AAA? - I would love to hear about other unis like Birmingham who want AAA but frequently accept AAB etc. Cheers all
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