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    Hi, I did maths physics geology and geography at AS and got C E E C respectively.
    I want to do physics at uni (yes I know) .
    I did well throughout the AS year in mocks etc and am working at a high standard now, so my predictions are AAB in Maths Geography and Physics.

    I want to apply for:
    Bristol (AAB- contextual offer which I am legible for)
    York (AAA-AAB)
    Liverpool (ABB)
    Liverpool (ABB aastrophysics)
    and Cardiff (AAA-ABB)

    I can't find uni's that offer the course for much lower than ABB. Am I likely to get offers from these institutions?

    Thank you!
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    U won't get an offer with Es

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    (Original post by 34287eruy4)
    Hi, I did maths physics geology and geography at AS and got C E E C respectively.
    I want to do physics at uni (yes I know) .
    I did well throughout the AS year in mocks etc and am working at a high standard now, so my predictions are AAB in Maths Geography and Physics.

    I want to apply for:
    Bristol (AAB- contextual offer which I am legible for)
    York (AAA-AAB)
    Liverpool (ABB)
    Liverpool (ABB aastrophysics)
    and Cardiff (AAA-ABB)

    I can't find uni's that offer the course for much lower than ABB. Am I likely to get offers from these institutions?

    Thank you!
    Are you retaking just about every AS exam? Even if you are, you will be lucky to get many offers. Your best bet might be to take a gapy year and apply with hopefully very good A2 grades.
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    (Original post by 34287eruy4)
    Hi, I did maths physics geology and geography at AS and got C E E C respectively.
    I want to do physics at uni (yes I know) .
    I did well throughout the AS year in mocks etc and am working at a high standard now, so my predictions are AAB in Maths Geography and Physics.

    I want to apply for:
    Bristol (AAB- contextual offer which I am legible for)
    York (AAA-AAB)
    Liverpool (ABB)
    Liverpool (ABB aastrophysics)
    and Cardiff (AAA-ABB)

    I can't find uni's that offer the course for much lower than ABB. Am I likely to get offers from these institutions?

    Thank you!
    Those predictions are not credible from your achieved grades. Retake and apply after you've got your (hopefully) better A2 results.
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    (Original post by ageshallnot)
    Are you retaking just about every AS exam? Even if you are, you will be lucky to get many offers. Your best bet might be to take a gapy year and apply with hopefully very good A2 grades.
    I am retaking all of physics, maths and half of geography (unit 2)

    Thanks
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Those predictions are not credible from your achieved grades. Retake and apply after you've got your (hopefully) better A2 results.
    In most subjects, it's one unit that let me down. For instance physics being C C U, if I add units to the UCAS application, will this make a difference?
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    (Original post by 34287eruy4)
    In most subjects, it's one unit that let me down. For instance physics being C C U, if I add units to the UCAS application, will this make a difference?
    I would not think so.
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    Even if you did get offers, i doubt you would meet them tbh
 
 
 
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