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    CLASSICAL CIV, i retook two As exams where i got E and a D. The D exam is now a...B! yay, though a bit dissapointed that i got a D for the other one.. for the A-levels i got a B and a C then an A (!) for coursework (my AS coursework was a D) which brings me to a...C!

    ENGLISH: retake D to a C. Then A and another A then a B for the synoptic which gives me a B!

    ICT AS: A (B in exam high A for coursework)

    Art: All B's so a B overall

    So if my first choice accepts the C over the B then that would be a miracle as the C is the subject i'll be doing..

    Otherwise same uni but my insurance..hmm
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    Well done!

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    Hope you get your firm course!
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    Congrats!
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    well done!
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    very well done
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    So track now says unconditional for history of art. Im happy about that i think..though i thought classical studies would be better if i wanted to do something in editing/publishing.
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    You can always phone up and ask for your first choice - well done anyway!
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    (Original post by Two Tone)
    You can always phone up and ask for your first choice - well done anyway!
    im pretty sure they wouldnt let me in, i got a C for the subject id be studying. Hey at least in art hist i get a week in paris or rome..
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    my ucas changed to unconditional both of them from conditional wad does it mean?
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    (Original post by vultac)
    my ucas changed to unconditional both of them from conditional wad does it mean?
    not sure. might be that you got the grades for both of them...you choose?..
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    Can someone please tell me what this means:

    The front of track tells me congratulations when i log in and both my firm and insurance have changed from conditional to unconditional, does this mean i have got my place with my 'firm' choice? Does this mean i have my place at uni? I'm so excited but i keep reading it over and over again thinking it's a mistake?
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    It means you have met your grades for both universities so your of to your firm! (minus a ucas mistake of course) They both accept you seperatly so that if one fails you automatically fall back on the insurance rather than wait for a decision.
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    I think I got in.
    These were the screens I got:
    http://img222.imageshack.us/my.php?i...mbridgelj9.jpg
    http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/3...mbridgezw6.jpg
    Both were conditional too, but changd to unconditional.
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    (Original post by Burky)
    I think I got in.
    These were the screens I got:
    http://img222.imageshack.us/my.php?i...mbridgelj9.jpg
    http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/3...mbridgezw6.jpg
    Both were conditional too, but changd to unconditional.
    You might want to cover up your name and ID in that first screen shot
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    Well done!!! I just checked mine and I'm going to kingston!!!!!!! ***** YEAH!
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    (Original post by lucidia)
    CLASSICAL CIV, i retook two As exams where i got E and a D. The D exam is now a...B! yay, though a bit dissapointed that i got a D for the other one.. for the A-levels i got a B and a C then an A (!) for coursework (my AS coursework was a D) which brings me to a...C!

    ENGLISH: retake D to a C. Then A and another A then a B for the synoptic which gives me a B!

    ICT AS: A (B in exam high A for coursework)

    Art: All B's so a B overall

    So if my first choice accepts the C over the B then that would be a miracle as the C is the subject i'll be doing..

    Otherwise same uni but my insurance..hmm
    i do clas. civ, and i think i got a B in it. It's actually pretty hard, isn't it? and i think it cost me my place at my firm. P.s which modules did you resit?
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    i do clas. civ, and i think i got a B in it. It's actually pretty hard, isn't it? and i think it cost me my place at my firm. P.s which modules did you resit?
    Hi!
    It is hard, especially the history units.
    I did AQA so i resat the iliad the women in athens and rome. The iliad i got a D :[ for the resit (i got a D last year too just like 8 extra marks this time or something) But a B from an E last year! which im chuffed about (i read afew extra books and revised alot extra)

    I got a C for the Roman emperors Tib-Nero which i was happy with because that was the hardest.

    I needed a B for it to do classical civ at manchester...but now with hist of art ill have more time to learn italian which ive always wanted to do..
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    woohoo im off to birmingham
 
 
 

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