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    OK, so I applied to do Chemical Engineering at Nottingham - who states offers of AAA-AAB - and Manchester who only give AAA offers.

    I knew that I wanted to firm Manchester's AAA offer but was hoping for an AAB from Nottingham to insure them but instead they instead gave me an AAA.

    Thing is, I'd still really like to put Nottingham as my insurance since I prefer Manchester and Nottingham to my other universities I applied for.

    How risky would it be to insure Nottingham? How likely would they be to allow me in if I drop a grade?

    I know no one can say for sure but any insight is appreciated.
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    As you said, nobody and can say for definite which university is more lenient but you should just firm the university you want to go to the most.
    it all depends on how highly subscribed they are to how lenient they are, and how difficult summer exams are.
    If fewer people get AAA than expected, they'll consider AAB and ABB.


    Just firm the university you want to go to most.
 
 
 
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