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    hi

    Just wondering....
    is it possible to gt place at a university, if i don't get the grades required.

    i have jus had a interview and they want to me to Get DMM from my national diploma (equivelent to ABB)..What if i get MMM (BBB)?

    Does the uni still think about taking me on?


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    Wrong place.

    But, probably not. It depends on the university, and the popularity of the course.. but given that this year has seen the highest number of applicants, it's likely you'll need to meet your offer to get in..
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    You can in some cases, just depends on the Uni Rep and course competency.
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    To be frankly honest, I rekon A-level students who missed out on their required grades will be prioritised before you.
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    No way to know. Depends entirely on the uni, the course, how competitive it is that year, etc.
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    DMM = ACC, MMM = CCC.

    It would depend on the uni and how many people got their grades.
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    DMM = ACC, MMM = CCC.

    It would depend on uni and how many people got there grades.
    This.

    Merit = C not a B.

    It pretty much depends on the university e.g. how lenient they are. To be honest, if it was ACC and drop to CCC then it's like dropping by two grades, why don't you email them?
 
 
 
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