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    Hi guys if i were to get low a level grades and wanted to resit do unis look at ur a level grades and base the offer on that or is there some sort of predicted grade the school makes? Cheers
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    Hi guys if i were to get low a level grades and wanted to resit do unis look at ur a level grades and base the offer on that or is there some sort of predicted grade the school makes? Cheers
    If you are going to resit you will need to have a referee who can provide you with predicted grades, so resitting through your current school or college if at all possible is best. If those grades are massively different from what you already have, without a reasonable explanation in your reference (eg you were seriously ill), then unis may be sceptical and not make you an offer. However, if your grades already satisfy the requirements of a uni you've applied to, the likelihood is that if you got an offer at all, it would be unconditional.
 
 
 
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