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    Let's make it as brief as possible:

    Had a Warwick AAA firm offer, got ABB today which matched my Leicester insurance offer.

    I have, overall, done rather badly. This is entirely misunderstood as I have revised carefully and systematically under supervision of my teachers. This is the primary reason why I purchased 5 remarks today: the genuine feeling that I have done much better than my grades.

    I only need 2 UMS in two exams, and just 7 UMS somewhere added to the three other exams to end up with AAA as opposed to ABB.

    Is this going to happen? I genuinely believe I deserve AAA.
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    (Original post by DistortedReality)


    Is this going to happen? I genuinely believe I deserve AAA.
    We cannot say, it may, it may not

    Have you let Warwick and Leicester know
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    We cannot say, it may, it may not

    Have you let Warwick and Leicester know
    Just Warwick via email. Leicester accepted me and it is my only university now on UCAS giving that it was my insurace: do you think I should let them know about the remarks and Warwick ambition?

    I also wanted to ask about a situation in which I get AAB (the most likely scenario) and want to go to, for example, Edinburgh. Do I need to cancel my Leicester insurance and enter Clearing now or should I wait for remarks? If I cannot go to Warwick with AAB, can I search for an alternative to Leicester - and cancel Leicester after finding it, or is there no such possibility?
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    (Original post by DistortedReality)
    Let's make it as brief as possible:
    I hope it was not your motto throughout your regular revision and sitting exams

    Although yes, you're very likely to get AAB/AAA especially if those subjects are humanities.
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    (Original post by Yael)
    I hope it was not your motto throughout your regular revision and sitting exams

    Although yes, you're very likely to get AAB/AAA especially if those subjects are humanities.
    It was actually the opposite: getting as much information down as possible focusing and evaluating the specific question. I cannot believe it all went so bad, and yes these subjects were humanities.
 
 
 
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