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    Hey, I got an offer of ABB does anyone know if they would accept AAC instead? Just wondering cos i dont think one of my exams went too well! :confused:
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    (Original post by angeldelight)
    Hey, I got an offer of ABB does anyone know if they would accept AAC instead? Just wondering cos i dont think one of my exams went too well! :confused:
    A who knows thread again, we can only be optimistic. However I know St Andrews is unique, as far as I am aware in that they allow entry into the second year of a four year course for high grades, and a seperate offer if you do the full 4 years. The downside is though that you end up doing a 3 year bsc course in four years.

    For example I know someone with a maths offer, has a aab (maths+fmaths+physics) for second year entry and abb for first. May not be with all subjects, you'll have to check.
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    As far as I know it's all based on points rather than actual grades. I know Edinburgh needs the grades (I needed BBBB or above, ie not ABBC etc), but I'm not sure about St Andrews. Give them a call or email them, and good luck with your results.
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    I got AACCC at Higher last year and I was supposed to need BBBB for Edinburgh and ABBB for St. Andrews. I got a conditional offer of BB from Edinburgh and a conditional of B from St. Andrews. That might indicate that they see AAC like ABB (whereas Edinburgh doesn't).
 
 
 
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