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    So come results day I received ABE, with the E being quite the surprise. Basically in the first Unit I got a B but on the morning of the Unit 2 exam, due to some personal issues, I was 30 minutes late to the exam and everything kind of went downhill from there; got a U. I'm confident that by just retaking that exam I can bring the grade up to A/B (Doing the same with the other B, grr history) and that I can convince my teacher to predict me an A for the E subject, all things considered. My question: As long as I'm predicted the right grades will I still be considered despite my AS results? This is of course taking into consideration the best PS I can muster and hopefully a good LNAT score (I want to study law at, hopefully, a top-ish university? Ishpeople) and have my teacher mention the extenuating circumstances which led me to get that E in the first place.

    Sorry for the drawn-out question, but it's just been troubling me, damn surprise E
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