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    Hi,
    I'm applying through A2B for the University of Birmingham, but I don't meet the 'non-selective state school or college' criteria as I have attended a grammar school from year 7-13, so would they not accept me? Has anyone been to a grammar school and been accepted?
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    (Original post by Anisa__15)
    Hi,
    I'm applying through A2B for the University of Birmingham, but I don't meet the 'non-selective state school or college' criteria as I have attended a grammar school from year 7-13, so would they not accept me? Has anyone been to a grammar school and been accepted?
    I think they're pretty strick on people meeting the criteria. I went to the open day with my friend and they told him he wouldn't be eligible as he didn't meet one of the criteria and they would just reject his application through a2b
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    (Original post by Anisa__15)
    Hi,
    I'm applying through A2B for the University of Birmingham, but I don't meet the 'non-selective state school or college' criteria as I have attended a grammar school from year 7-13, so would they not accept me? Has anyone been to a grammar school and been accepted?
    Your best way to find out would be to phone up and check with them directly - all the staff are really lovely and they'll be able to help you much better than any student on here.
    However, I applied through A2B last year and I'm now in my first year there, so if you have any other questions feel free to message me. ☺️


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    (Original post by Amyesz)
    Your best way to find out would be to phone up and check with them directly - all the staff are really lovely and they'll be able to help you much better than any student on here.
    However, I applied through A2B last year and I'm now in my first year there, so if you have any other questions feel free to message me. ☺️
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