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    The course req are ABB, I was expected AAB so the uni gave me an offer of AAB. I've been told AAC is still ok and could be accepted (as it meets the 320points in their requirements) but... Would I have any chance if I got AAD? The uni did say they will still consider those who had a good application and interview (im confident with that) but is this still too low? Or could they still accept me?? Btw the D i am scared of getting is an a level that doesn't relate to IT at all. Plz give me some hope if there is any I can get - kinda fell in luv wid the uni 😢
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    Kent are very lenient. You will certainly get in. Dont stress over it
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    A friend of mine who does IB and got results a week ago had an offer of 35 for law. He got a 30 (which in IB is a huge difference to a 35) and got accepted yesterday so don't worry at all.
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    Woo got in with AAC 😀
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    (Original post by thecsstudent)
    A friend of mine who does IB and got results a week ago had an offer of 35 for law. He got a 30 (which in IB is a huge difference to a 35) and got accepted yesterday so don't worry at all.
    Hey mate,
    I'm taking a gap year and am hoping to achieve BBC and was wandering if you thought Lent would accept this for the Computer science or accounting and finance course? In really worried as I don't want to waste the space. I'm also considering Leicester and Sussex but just don't which one will be more lenient as BBC is extremely likely the best I'll get
    Many thanks,
    Alex
 
 
 
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