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    hi, i've finished my UCAS statement in mid october, and has been sitting on it since..

    My problem is my predicted grades, currently, it's standing at AAC, where A(s) are physics and chemistry, and C in art. I would like to apply for architecture (K100) for bath (A*AA) edinburgh (AAB) UCL (AAB) Kent (AAB) and manchster (A*AA)

    now the stigma is that, my art teacher is willing to predict me with a B, but only in December because she wants me to do almost finish the course work before she predicts with that B that i'm definitely getting (said by all other art teachers)

    now, i've also done maths A-leevel last year, and got an A overall, and is also written on my UCAS application.

    so should i submit now as AAC predicted because i have a feeling that the interview spaces are running out, or should i wait until December, when my predicted grades would b AAB?

    thankyou
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    (Original post by vin1832)
    hi, i've finished my UCAS statement in mid october, and has been sitting on it since..

    My problem is my predicted grades, currently, it's standing at AAC, where A(s) are physics and chemistry, and C in art. I would like to apply for architecture (K100) for bath (A*AA) edinburgh (AAB) UCL (AAB) Kent (AAB) and manchster (A*AA)

    now the stigma is that, my art teacher is willing to predict me with a B, but only in December because she wants me to do almost finish the course work before she predicts with that B that i'm definitely getting (said by all other art teachers)

    now, i've also done maths A-leevel last year, and got an A overall, and is also written on my UCAS application.

    so should i submit now as AAC predicted because i have a feeling that the interview spaces are running out, or should i wait until December, when my predicted grades would b AAB?

    thankyou
    Send it in after you get the higher grades. Places do NOT 'run out'. Here's why:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post50430853
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...9#post50432209
 
 
 
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