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    Okay so basically just say that you predicted grades are an ABC, and you want to apply for an ABB course, would a uni accpet you or outright reject you?
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    depends on: uni; course; personal statement; past academic record, i.e. gcses & AS grades.
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    I'm in the same situation (predicted CDD but got ABB at AS, think the prediction is pretty harsh and don't want to get rejected).
    OP, do you know how they even work predicted grades out? I hear it's based on your GCSE results, but surely they have little relevance. It should be what your teachers think you're capable of.
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    I think most of the Time they will consider you regardless. looking at your personal statement etc
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    I am hoping not, I think teachers are so unfair with predictions, I was even willing to change courses, but my History teacher (great man) changed it to an A
 
 
 
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