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    Hello guys!
    I am an international student, and I am doing a foundation year, the thing is that I am aiming for universities that ask for AAB to ABB. Since is my first time in my life studying in english, I struggled a little bit this first term and probably will get really bad predicted grade (probably C). Anyway, in this foundation no marks will be part of my final mark, since my final mark will be decided in the last term. (We have 3 terms, just finished the first one). I have excelent marks back in my countries high school (100% in science, no mistakes at all) and I got an award as the best student of my generation. Will unviersities mind my predicted grades? Should I change my universities? BTW I want to study Biomedical Science
    The ones I have decided are:
    Kings College, UOL - AAB
    Queen Mary, UOL - AAB
    St.George University, UOL - ABB
    Royal Holloway, UOL - ABB
    Birkbeck, UOL (no idea, its weird, dont ask)

    Any changes you guys recommend? My main aim is St George over all of them
    All my applications are gonna be for biomedical science

    Any changes you guys would do? Which other unis in London are good and not hard to get to for Biomedicine?

    Any advice please tell me x_x
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    That's so cute.
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    That's so cute.
    thanks for the up mate
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    Yes, your universities will care about your predicted grades. However, if you can show them good AS grades, then that might help.
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    (Original post by tschmauck)
    Hello guys!
    I am an international student, and I am doing a foundation year, the thing is that I am aiming for universities that ask for AAB to ABB. Since is my first time in my life studying in english, I struggled a little bit this first term and probably will get really bad predicted grade (probably C). Anyway, in this foundation no marks will be part of my final mark, since my final mark will be decided in the last term. (We have 3 terms, just finished the first one). I have excelent marks back in my countries high school (100% in science, no mistakes at all) and I got an award as the best student of my generation. Will unviersities mind my predicted grades? Should I change my universities? BTW I want to study Biomedical Science
    The ones I have decided are:
    Kings College, UOL - AAB
    Queen Mary, UOL - AAB
    St.George University, UOL - ABB
    Royal Holloway, UOL - ABB
    Birkbeck, UOL (no idea, its weird, dont ask)

    Any changes you guys recommend? My main aim is St George over all of them
    All my applications are gonna be for biomedical science

    Any changes you guys would do? Which other unis in London are good and not hard to get to for Biomedicine?

    Any advice please tell me x_x
    You don't have enough of a range there to be safe. The advice is generally something like one (or two at most) above your predicted grades, two or three at your predictions and one or two below them. If a C features in your predictions at all by the end, you will be wasting your time with all of these.
 
 
 

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