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    Do you get accepted to uni due to predicted grades or entry requirements

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    Do you get accepted to uni due to predicted grades or entry requirements
    Your predicted grades will have an impact on whether a uni decides to offer you a place. If your predicted grades are a lot lower than their standard offer so that it looks like you won't get the grades they require, they are unlikely to make you a conditional offer.

    You have to meet the conditions of your offer, achieving the entry requirements, in order to get in. Sometimes if you miss the required grades stated in your offer your uni may still decide to accept you.

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    thank you for clearing that up
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