To be serious I expected to get rejection from all the universities in UK.
But it turns out that I was wrong. Last week I received 2 offers from Glasgow
and Bristol, where they expected me to get BBB and ABB. But the problem is
my expected grades were extremely low: Math E Economics C and History D
Can any of you explain why I got these offers?
They like you and they would like to see you try a little harder in class?
The only reason to explain is this.
University wants money. This is why they want to accept international students. They pay 3 times more than UK students. Remember standard cost for uk kids are around 3000 quid. where in some university international kid pay more than 12k quid excluding 6k living cost.
Think..would you want to get someone who is willing to pay alot to you rather than someone who pays less?
THat's what i think.
Predicted grades aren't everything
They're giving you a chance to meet your potential! Don't knock it and try harder if you want to come to the UK. You got to work in the short term if you want a nice life in the long term.
...maybe because your personal statement is good?
Did it occur to anyone that the original poster may be lying?
If he is expected to get these grades a) why would he apply to these universities b) He wouldn't get an offer!
The only explanation would be a mix up with his predicted grades (ie he will acheive better grades than those, despite grade predictions).
I don't really care about these unis in UK.
Because I planned to go to US not UK. I applied these unis because I want to
know how many unis will accept me.
What is this LEA thing you mentioned? How do I get money from them when I go to university?