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BBC(E) at AS, will be predicted AAA for A2 watch

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    Yesterday I found out I only managed a B in chemistry, a C in biology and maths, and an E in physics. I want to apply for Imperial College and The University of York, both want A*AA-AAA at A2 (which I will be predicted). Just wondering if anyone can give me any advice; would I have a chance to get in to these universities with my (awful) AS grades, should I resit this year? I don't know what to do, please help
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    Imperial College I'd say is incredibly unlikely. It's one of the most competitive universities in the country and one of the most highly ranked in the world - so applying for Chemistry with a B in AS Chemistry isn't going to look particularly impressive. Most successful applicants will have AAA at AS. So whilst by all means apply (after all you've got a 0% chance of getting in if you don't apply) I'd say you've got a very, very low chance of getting into ICL even with those predicted grades.

    I don't know enough about York to really give an answer to that, sorry.

    If you really want to get into top universities, maybe consider applying post-A2? If you get BBC at AS, most universities would not really believe a prediction of A*AA/AAA. However, if you do achieve something like that and apply then, it's much less of a risk for the uni.
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    what are your UMS scores? Definitely won't get into imperial, an offer from York seems unlikely.

    Also you sound like you're sure you'll get the AAA prediction?
 
 
 
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