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    I'm completing one A2 this summer, and another 3 next summer. If a university gives me an offer of say AAB, will I have to have got AAB in the three A2s sat next summer - or only AB next summer (assuming I get an A this summer)?

    The universities I'm thinking about are Manchester, LSE, Exeter, that sort of level.

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    It really depends on the course and university and whether the A2 you're doing this summer is relevant to the course you're applying for.
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    Depends on what your offer looks like if it's just AAB then you can count your early A-level in :yep:
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    (Original post by paella)
    I'm completing one A2 this summer, and another 3 next summer. If a university gives me an offer of say AAB, will I have to have got AAB in the three A2s sat next summer - or only AB next summer (assuming I get an A this summer)?

    The universities I'm thinking about are Manchester, LSE, Exeter, that sort of level.

    Thanks, Knut
    It depends on the course and uni. Though all of mine cut off my early A Level from the offer so it's likely that at least some of yours will. Out of the ones you're thinking of, Manchester did for me, but they made the offer a lot higher than normal - normal offer = BBB, my offer = AA. The other uni's made more normal offers (e.g. York was ABB, so they just cut off a B I already got to give me AB).
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    I got my earlly a A2 excluded form one of my offers but not the others.
 
 
 
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