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    After being rejected from my two first choices (UCL, Bristol) despite being predicted three As (chem maths physics) for computer science, I am considering reapplying.

    Could somebody with experience suggest the top 5 universities I have a feasible chance of getting into if I apply next year certificated with...

    - 6A*s and 4As at GCSE

    - B in additional maths.

    - A*s in maths, chemistry and physics at A level. (Hypothetically of course, I'm on track)

    - C in biology AS level

    assuming I apply again for computer science.

    Obviously I would be doing work experience etc, but I was wondering if these grades would give me a significant step up from Bath, where I hold an offer.
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    Have you thought about UCAS Extra or clearing?
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    (Original post by nigel123)
    Have you thought about UCAS Extra or clearing?
    Yes but the problem is Im due to exceed my predictions, they cannot be changed so UCAS extra will not help.

    This year has a huge number of applicants I dont expect many places to be free with clearing/adjustment but I will try.

    Thanks for replying.
 
 
 
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