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    B in Biology ,C in Maths and D in physics. Projected AAB, how likely am I to get offers from universities?
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    Depends on the universities and the course.
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    Although your predicted seems inflated.
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    (Original post by Manisha14)
    B in Biology ,C in Maths and D in physics. Projected AAB, how likely am I to get offers from universities? I have certain reasons for getting the grades that I did, and I will be retaking 1 module form each subject. For GCSE's I got 10 A/A*.
    No-one here can possibly read the minds of who is going through the applications. It all depends on other applicants, your PS, your 'reasons' for getting the grades you did, your references, how competitive the course is, how realistic your choices are and a whole load of other factors. Your predicted grades seem very inflated, especially as A2 is harder. Most schools only predict one grade up at the most and that's only if your UMS was close. If your choices are realistic though, you stand a good chance

    Which universities/course are you applying for?
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    (Original post by Manisha14)
    B in Biology ,C in Maths and D in physics. Projected AAB, how likely am I to get offers from universities? I have certain reasons for getting the grades that I did, and I will be retaking 1 module form each subject. For GCSE's I got 10 A/A*.
    I'd go for it, my qualifications suffered drastically last year due to some major extenuating circumstances (got the same grades as you, but with coursework fails instead of exams, in slightly different subjects) yet I have managed to receive offers from Warwick and Nottingham.

    Obviously, I'd recommend not going overboard with your choices. You'll need yo make realistic decisions: aim for one higher than your predictions, a couple that match and 1 or 2 quite a bit below your predictions.

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