So I've been looking this up for a while but i can't find anything current. Some people might know that all A levels are being made linear as of next year (2016-17), and this year the majority are linear already (so there is only 1 exam at the end of year 13). This means that i did no AS exams in my 3 A level subjects in year 12, only the AS subjects which i will not be carrying on next year. People have been saying that unis base offers off AS grades, but since i have none in the subjects i want to do then what happens?
What will universities base an offer on? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 07-07-2016 18:42
- 07-07-2016 18:47
The other information they have. Predicted grades, personal statement, interviews and GCSE grades (if necessary - not all universities use interviews or care too much about GCSE grades but this could change).