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    thanks guys

    Well this isn't really an emergency is it? I at least expected blood or something...

    Serious answer:

    Your predictions are good and many people do badly at AS so I wouldn't worry about that much. The only place I'd say might kick up a fuss is Durham, simply due to their reputation. Moreover, I assume one of the D grades has been dropped, and so you'll apply with something like this:

    a - A
    b - A
    d - A

    The first two are fine, and as long as the subject you got a D in last year isn't important to your degree choice I wouldn't worry at all.

    you'll be fine!

    (Original post by chriskwong)
    its an emergency to me i have noo idea what to do! deadline is tommorow =(
    Deadline for equal consideration is in January; suggested deadline from your school might be tomorrow.

    Most unis don't look at AS grades; don't quote me on it, but I think I remember a statement from one of Oxford or Cambridge saying they don't even look at them because not everyone has them.
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