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    im going through a bit of an issue. i didnt recieve very good predicted grades and because of that i got rejected by the uni i wanted to go to. basically has there ever been a case where someone was rejected from the preferred or desired uni and then was accepted due to adjustment?

    what can you do if in the end your results go well beyond your predicted grades to get into the uni you want? and what can you do before hand?

    any help would be much appreciated. thanks.

    Calling the uni might help. Although I wouldn't get my hopes up.

    well some people have been accepted and then rejected due to an admistration error, you could always hope this happens but reversed.
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