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    Looking to apply to top 15 universities, will I be badly affected with such low results?
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    How are those such low results 😂😂😂😂😂
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    (Original post by Productivity)
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    Looking to apply to top 15 universities, will I be badly affected with such low results?
    Are these AS or A2 results? Congrats! They are a decent set.

    If they're AS, what will matter are your A-level predictions which may be higher than your existing grades.
    There is no definitive set of top 15 Universities so I would suggest going through the list of Unis you're considering yourself and comparing your grades to those listed in the Entry Requirements page.
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    Yes, you might aswell consider applying for BTEC Hair and Beauty
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    (Original post by Productivity)
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    how the **** is that low..
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    (Original post by Productivity)
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    They're great results. At AS I got A (biology) B (chemistry) CC (maths and physics)
    Southampton, Warwick and Exeter all offered me places.

    You can apply for AAA courses with ABBB, try and get your physics, chem and bio teachers to predict you A's and you'll be fine . Even if they don't predict you all A's if you have a good personal statement you'll still be accepted.
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    So if I was to get predicted AAA (or A*AA if Maths are generous) then I will be fine?
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    So if I was to get predicted AAA (or A*AA if Maths are generous) then I will be fine?
    Yes, your grades are very good Best of luck with your application
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    I obtained ABBC and still got an offer for A*AA. They're not bad grades at all
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    (Original post by Productivity)
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    jeez, HOW ARE THEY LOW RESULTS? I got BBE for my AS results and I'm really really really happy with them good luck for the future - they're a great batch of results
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    (Original post by Kvothe the arcane)
    Are these AS or A2 results? Congrats! They are a decent set.

    If they're AS, what will matter are your A-level predictions which may be higher than your existing grades.
    There is no definitive set of top 15 Universities so I would suggest going through the list of Unis you're considering yourself and comparing your grades to those listed in the Entry Requirements page.
    Thank you very much! I shall start looking into my options now
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    I feel like you know they're good results, you just want praise
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    (Original post by Productivity)
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    Looking to apply to top 15 universities, will I be badly affected with such low results?
    Those grades are perfectly fine for top 15 unis, you might be predicted an A* and 3As (or the equivalent in what you choose to drop, if you do).
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    (Original post by Productivity)
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    Your results are really good for AS Level, not sure why you think they're low when the average mark is a C, so you're above average and will be fine when applying to universities, just try to get your personal statemenr sorted over the next 2 months & predicted grades and you should be set, but it also depends what course you'd be interested in applying to. Best of luck, do not stress, you are definitely above the norm, despite what some people may say on tsr...
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    (Original post by Kyle1198)
    I feel like you know they're good results, you just want praise
    I wish. I was hoping for AAAB so i'm severely disappointed.
 
 
 
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