wot happens if u dnt get ur required grades?Watch
is their ne precautions i can take now, whilst waitin 4 the results?
sometimes even if u dont getr the req grasde some unis let you in, how do u know i uve b een accepte dor not.
as for phoning what do you tell them, i failed so never got in, can you take me
how do you sell urself
they'll accept people who already have theyre a-levels at much lower grades than if you havnt sat your exams yet.
love Katy ***
they've got lots of time to sort out who they want and who they dont. Best thing to do is call them when you have your grades and they will be able to tel you straight away whether you are in.
So no need to sell yourself, they'll already have made a decision!
love Katy ***
You could also draw up a list of possible universities that may interest you or are in the sort of town/campus that you would like?
but if u dont want to change course take a gap yr nd reapply
theres loads of info on www.ucas.co.uk and they send u this big 'coping kit' or something if u dont get ur grades for 1st or 2nd (u dont hav to ask, they send it neway, although i dont know if its on results day or not)
dont worry, u might not have failyed!!! every1 els thought they were suckers too
Don't be surprised if you fail all your exams because you talk like an infant. For God's sake are you lot really taking A-levels? No wonder people are complaining standards are falling!
Sorry, didn't mean to go off on one, but "textspeak" is (a) pretty much illiterate and (b) well nigh impossible to read. It's a bit scary that so many people think it is an acceptable form of communication, especially when you're considering taking a degree.
On a positive note: don't forget that universities don't just look at grades: they look at personality, too. That's why the Personal Statement on your UCAS form is so important - a friend who ploughed her A-levels was accepted at Bristol on the basis of her personal statement. So (provided you didn't write it in textspeak! ;-) ) that may boost you as well. I would encourage you to ring the universities you're interested in too.