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    Hey I'm from England and I'm in my final year of Gcse's. My school now offer the IB, but as you do all your exams and find out your results after the universities have made an offer, what do they look at. Your Gcse's?

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    (Original post by Butdidudie)
    Hey I'm from England and I'm in my final year of Gcse's. My school now offer the IB, but as you do all your exams and find out your results after the universities have made an offer, what do they look at. Your Gcse's?

    Thanks
    It's the same with IB and A-levels, you apply before you've got your grades (unless you take a gap year), so they will with both qualifications look at a number of things - your predicted grades, your reference, your PS, your GCSEs possibly. They will still only make you a conditional offer so to actually get in you'll have to get the grades they require.
 
 
 

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