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    Hi guys,

    I would like to go onto study civil Engineering at university. I just got my predicted grades and I've been predicted AAC for the 3 A-levels I've taken forward to A2 and I was wondering whether I would be able to apply and get offer from universities with entry requirements of AAB or I know it's a long shot but AAA; or stick to ABB and lower??? Any help would be thoroughly appreciated, thank you!
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    (Original post by Trent96)
    Hi guys,

    I would like to go onto study civil Engineering at university. I just got my predicted grades and I've been predicted AAC for the 3 A-levels I've taken forward to A2 and I was wondering whether I would be able to apply and get offer from universities with entry requirements of AAB or I know it's a long shot but AAA; or stick to ABB and lower??? Any help would be thoroughly appreciated, thank you!
    Are you retaking any exams for the subject you got a C in? What did you get at AS?

    If you got a C at AS, and you're not retaking, then universities probably won't think you'll be able to pull the grade up to an A. However, if they are asking for AAB, they might consider you. Ultimately, you have 5 choices, so you could apply to 1 or two more risky choices, so long as you have at least 3 safer ones. I do think unis asking for AAB are probably more realistic.

    Don't forget if you do achieve AAA and exceed your offer, you can of course use adjustment or take a year out and reapply.
 
 
 
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