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    I have had some complications in my teaching for English Literature, so may achieve a lower grade, but have been told I can easily achieve an A at A2 and will be hopefully predicted an A at A2.

    Therefore, A*AA-A*A*A predictions seem likely, but my AS grades may not be AAA due to the teaching complications. However, I am greatly talented at and adore History and want to apply to study it.
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    (Original post by SteamboatMickey)
    I have had some complications in my teaching for English Literature, so may achieve a lower grade, but have been told I can easily achieve an A at A2 and will be hopefully predicted an A at A2.

    Therefore, A*AA-A*A*A predictions seem likely, but my AS grades may not be AAA due to the teaching complications. However, I am greatly talented at and adore History and want to apply to study it.
    The advice I gave in the "Are my grades..." thread still holds

    And predictions are not very important except that almost all applicants will have very high predictions.

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    (Original post by jneill)
    The advice I gave in the "Are my grades..." thread still holds

    And predictions are not very important except that almost all applicants will have very high predictions.

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    Thank-you! Yes, your advice is great, just get a bit confused over the importance of predictions myself since surely the AS Results should form the basis of the impression of an applicants ability.
 
 
 
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