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    (Original post by 7ommy Rich)
    I'm new on here so apologises if this has been posted in the wrong place. I have received all 5 of my offers back to study Law with Criminology. The main 3 which I am interested in are:

    Birmingham (AAA)
    Sheffield (AAB)
    Liverpool (ABB)

    I'm predicted A*AB and got ABB in my AS results. The question is, which do I pick as my firm and insurance choices? Birmingham would be the ideal place to go, but would it be too much of a risk bearing in mind my grades from last year?

    Thanks.
    I think you need to consider that although A*AB is higher points wise than the Birmingham offer, if it is the case that they wont accept lower than an A in any of your subjects then it would appear to be quite a risky choice.
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    (Original post by 7ommy Rich)
    I'm new on here so apologies if this has been posted in the wrong place. I have received all 5 of my offers back to study Law with Criminology. The main 3 which I am interested in are:

    Birmingham (AAA)
    Sheffield (AAB)
    Liverpool (ABB)

    (The other options are Manchester AAB and Nottingham Trent BBC)

    I'm predicted A*AB and got ABB in my AS results. The question is, which do I pick as my firm and insurance choices? Birmingham would be the ideal place to go, but would it be too much of a risk putting it as my firm, bearing in mind my grades from last year?

    Thanks.
    As long as you have a sensible insurance which you are happy to attend, what is the actual risk? Birmingham is your favourite and the only certain way not to get in is not to firm it.

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