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    (Original post by Melanie-v)
    This is the timetable for Harvard, it's about the same for all the universities I've applied to. I can't tell you about the rest. I don't know about the rest.
    thanks
    so when did you send the A level results to them
    i am actually taking full A level in three subjects in this years June
    i know it is going to hard but in my opinion i undertood the trick which is to understand each and everything from the books which i am going to sudy from so i hope i will do well

    thanks
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    (Original post by Minerva)
    You can apply with predicted grades if you want to. If you won't have any AS results to declare, the predicted grades will be especially important.
    hey thanks again

    so are they going to be in doubt and possibly reject me or something like that or can some universities could take me

    thanks you are the greatest helper ever for real

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    (Original post by bregaied)
    hey thanks again

    so are they going to be in doubt and possibly reject me or something like that or can some universities could take me

    thanks you are the greatest helper ever for real

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    Of course a university might reject you - but that can happen even if you already have your grades. The whole point of the conditional offers system is that it allows universities to offer places on condition that certain grades are achieved. If you don't achieve the conditions set, then you do not get your place unless you are very lucky and the uni decides to take you anyway (which has been happening rather less than it used to).

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    thanks
    so when did you send the A level results to them
    i am actually taking full A level in three subjects in this years June
    i know it is going to hard but in my opinion i undertood the trick which is to understand each and everything from the books which i am going to sudy from so i hope i will do well

    thanks
    I'm not sending them any results, I think my teachers had to fill those out in a form. You have one teacher as a "counsellor", he has to do the most work, and I'm pretty sure that he fills out grades. I don't know when I send the results, or if I ever will. My teacher might have sent predicted grades as well. I'm not sure. You have to take the SAT test and two SAT 2 tests, and you get those results about a month after writing them. You can take the tests a few times throughout the year, and you can then have Collegeboard (it's like an exam board) send those results to the university. There's an option on the website. I think you can take the ACT with writing instead of the SAT, but you can see all the options on an admissions website. I don't know where you want to apply. What do you mean by the bit in bold?
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    (Original post by Melanie-v)
    I'm not sending them any results, I think my teachers had to fill those out in a form. You have one teacher as a "counsellor", he has to do the most work, and I'm pretty sure that he fills out grades. I don't know when I send the results, or if I ever will. My teacher might have sent predicted grades as well. I'm not sure. You have to take the SAT test and two SAT 2 tests, and you get those results about a month after writing them. You can take the tests a few times throughout the year, and you can then have Collegeboard (it's like an exam bobe doing ard) send those results to the university. There's an option on the website. I think you can take the ACT with writing instead of the SAT, but you can see all the options on an admissions website. I don't know where you want to apply. What do you mean by the bit in bold?
    hey thanks Melanie
    what i wrote in bold is that i am going to be doing AS and A2 together in in this years may June examination session but thats not a problem

    i actually went to the higher education admission centre in oman and they told me that i have to apply in april and when my grades come at june then i have to give my results and then i will have the offer by them

    thats how it works over here
 
 
 
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