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    i got predicted BCC should i apply to course with BBB


    Yes, I think you absoutely should. Is this from your AS? Because Univerisities will give you a conditional offer usually with slightly higher grades than what you got.
    I got a DEU In AS. I got a conditional offer for a BCC from Brighton after an interview, and on the website it was originally a BBB. So yes, go for it!

    (Original post by tom294)
    should i apply to a course asking for BBB when my predicted is BCC
    What were your AS grades?

    (Original post by tom294)
    should i apply to a course asking for BBB when my predicted is BCC
    Don't listen to post 2 (she's a rep-whore).

    It depends: what were your AS grades? Do you think that your AS grades show that you are on track to achieve BBB+? If your predicted grades are just harsh (when your AS grades are taken into consideration), then it would still be worth a shot. If, however, your predicted grades are an accurate reflection of your AS grades then it's probably not worth wasting one of your five choices, no.

    yes, some universities are flexible over a couple of grades. don't apply to 5 universities at BBB, ideally you should have 1 CCC course, 3, BCC-BBC courses and 1 BBB course.
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