Did everyone else's school tell them their predicted grades?
Just wondering, because my school never actually did.
Mine didn't (although if I reeeeeeeeeeeeeealy wanted to know they probably would have told me). I ended up seeing them anyway though so meh.
Everyone was told what they were going to be predicted at my school, just so that no-one applied to a uni that was out of their league.
I did when I was doing my A-Levels (All D's haha I got C's!!!OK thats not anything to be proud of)
but this year I think I got A for Sociology and French but Spanish...meh dunno I never go
They told me before i went to my first interview. I even got a sneak peek at my reference. It was a bit embarasing to read what they said about me really.
yeh i've seen/know everthing, i tought the reference they wrote for my was crap, it wasnt very complimentary and they made loads of spellmg/grammar mistakes! predicted grades four A's
You've actually got a right under the Data Protection Act to see any information about you that is passed from one place to another. That includes your UCAS reference and predicted grades - so, provided you ask (in writing if necessary), they have to give them to you.
The school gave me mine, albeit reluctantly. And if I hadn't been applying to Cambridge, it wouldn't have been nearly as glowing. =D
I saw my predicted grades and my reference - my teacher hd to check stuff in the reference with me.