I have applied for Economics/French (LR11) at the University of Glasgow. The university's website and UCAS state that students will be made offers as follows:
"Applicants will receive an offer conditional on attaining AAB. Applicants who achieve AAB are guaranteed entry. Applicants who achieve grades less than AAB but higher than BBB will be considered for entry. Must include at least one Arts, Humanities or Language subject."
I have achieved BBBb In Economics,Geography, French and History respectively at A2 last year. I have decided to take a gap year and study part time. I am retaking two Economics modules, sitting A2 Italian and AS Mathematics. I am predicted an A in each subject, thus applying with AABab in Economics, Italian, French, Maths and History respectively.
UCAS Track is reads "Your grades do not meet the requirements for this programme". The university website gave me the impression that I clearly have the grades to be admitted on the course?
It's needless to say that I am devastated. Glasgow has been one of my dream institutions for a long time and getting declined has really taken its toll on me. But most importantly why have I been rejected on the basis that I don't have the grades eventhough their website says that I do?
It would be great to discuss this with others that are or have been on the same boat.
Is there anything that can be done about it now?
Is there a way to receive more extensive feedback?
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