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    Hi, I'm Nick. And here we go...
    I have applied for a course that requires CCC / CCD. My predicted grades are ABB.
    Now, I've been given a conditional offer for a course for the grades ABB.

    Now, here's another guy. He's predicted BCC. He was also given an offer for his predicted grades.

    Now, surely if I don't get ABB and say, got ABC or BBC or BBB... e.t.c. then I would still get in?
    I don't see how this guy who *hypothetically* gets his predicted BCC and gets in, when I get higher grades than him.

    If that doesn't make much sense, I'm trying to ask if I do not get the predicted grades that i have been given an offer for, but still get above the requirement, will I still get a place on the course?
    Thanks
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    It's because they want you to keep working at the level you are. Most universities do this.If you don't make the grades you cannot guarantee yourself a place.
    Wasn't all that interesting really.
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    I would actually have preferred lower predicted grades. And since it directly concerns myself it is indeed interesting for me to know.
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    depends on the uni and couse i think. I was predicted AABB and my offer was ABB which i didnt meet but i still got my place
 
 
 
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