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    I got into a university that's ABB (Westminster), but my grades were BCC and predicted BBC. Is there any point into registering for adjustment? I just want to explore all my options. This is for Law LLB btw.
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    What was your offer and have you exceeded it?
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    (Original post by Indyy)
    I got into a university that's ABB (Westminster), but my grades were BCC and predicted BBC. Is there any point into registering for adjustment? I just want to explore all my options. This is for Law LLB btw.
    You got onto the AAB course with BCC? Just to clarify that?

    Adjustment is for those who have exceeded there offer, rather than exceeded predicted grades. If you have gotten onto the course with BCC then you won't have met the criteria to go into adjustment, unless your offer was CCC or lower
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    (Original post by Indyy)
    I got into a university that's ABB (Westminster), but my grades were BCC and predicted BBC. Is there any point into registering for adjustment? I just want to explore all my options. This is for Law LLB btw.
    So basically you got lower than your offer conditions? In which case you have not exceeded your offer and are therefore not eligible for Adjustment.
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    What was your offer and have you succeeded it?
    Hmm. It was just that i heard a couple of people registered for Adjustment and got into much better Uni's than their firms, although they didn't exceed their offer.


    (Original post by Penguinsaysquack)
    You got onto the AAB course with BCC? Just to clarify that?

    Adjustment is for those who have exceeded there offer, rather than exceeded predicted grades. If you have gotten onto the course with BCC then you won't have met the criteria to go into adjustment, unless your offer was CCC or lower
    ABB* Either way, that's crazy that i even got accepted.
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    (Original post by Indyy)
    Hmm. It was just that i heard a couple of people registered for Adjustment and got into much better Uni's than their firms, although they didn't exceed their offer.




    ABB* Either way, that's crazy that i even got accepted.
    You're not eligible, and to be honest be thankful you got in having missed by so much.
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    (Original post by Indyy)
    Hmm. It was just that i heard a couple of people registered for Adjustment and got into much better Uni's than their firms, although they didn't exceed their offer.




    ABB* Either way, that's crazy that i even got accepted.
    Congratulations for getting in!

    As mentioned, you wouldn't be eligibile for adjustment (the button appears for all unconditional firm)
 
 
 
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