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    Okay so I got an offer from 2 universities so far;

    Bath and East Anglia.

    Bath's offer: B in A-Level Maths and DM in BTEC National Cert in IT
    East Anglia's offer: BBB including Maths;

    For Computer Systems Engineering.

    Anyway, unfortunately due to some AQA English Lit marking issues last year, I got an E in the exam and B in the coursework; D overall. This year I'm projected to do better of course, but I doubt I will be getting a B, so, say I got; BBC which I think is more realistic, but my uni offer is BBB, what are the chances East Anglia still accepts me?

    I've heard they're quite strict bud, and this year is extremely competetive

    You should still apply though if you've got 4 other good choices. They might make an exception

    If you make a very good impression on them and fall slightly short of their offer then it's possible that they may accept you. Although I wouldn't advise you to rely on that since the competition for places this year is so high.

    It's extremely competitive for some subjects, but I think the others (like the BBB offers) may be more lenient. It depends how many people apply to that course.
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