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    hey guys, im planning to send my ucas application of next week for bio medical science. My As's were disappointing, and i got ADDD. However, i did well in the first unit's but did really bad in the 2nd Units.
    My predicted grades at the moment are ABB and i took up as further maths this year in which my predicted grade is a B.
    The uni's im planning to apply to are, Lancaster, Brunel, Essex, Kent and Hertfordshire. However i feel that my AS grades aren't good enough to apply to these universities which may mean that i will end up with no offers. Also, i feel that these university may be too competitive to get into, so im planning to change a couple of my choices.

    I would appreciate it, if people could help me out with this issue, and give me your thoughts and opinions.
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    Hertfordshire is the least competitive, and you should get an offer from them with an ABB prediction.
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    kk thank u for that im just worried that my AS results will mean that i wont receive any offers, others have told me to stick to these choices as my predicted grades meet the course requirement for all 5 unis.
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    (Original post by LFC4LYF!)
    kk thank u for that im just worried that my AS results will mean that i wont receive any offers, others have told me to stick to these choices as my predicted grades meet the course requirement for all 5 unis.
    They're not overly competitive unis, and as you meet the minimum entry requirements, it's unlikely that you'll receive 5 rejections. With a good personal statement and reference, stick to your choices, as you like them.

    Good luck!
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    kk thank you so much for the quick feedback and yes my personal statement is done and teachers and others said its really good. Also, i worked at a care home, charity, helped pupils in younger years in their lessons, and my tutor has given me a really detailed and good reference, so ill stick to them then thanks agen
 
 
 
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