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    So i got AABC at AS and I'm carrying on the AAB and I'm remarking the B so it will go up to an A, but I've been predicted AAA and the university i want to go to is LSE and has an A*AA entry, can i still get an offer?
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    if a university like LSE says they want A*AA they want A*AA. you could apply as a risky choice or you could apply for an AAA course at LSE.
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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    if a university like LSE says they want A*AA they want A*AA.
    Guess I'll just have to persuade my teacher to give me an A* prediction
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    (Original post by BR1999)
    Guess I'll just have to persuade my teacher to give me an A* prediction
    what course is it?
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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    what course is it?
    Law LLB
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    I wouldn't risk it with law tbh.
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    (Original post by BR1999)
    So i got AABC at AS and I'm carrying on the AAB and I'm remarking the B so it will go up to an A, but I've been predicted AAA and the university i want to go to is LSE and has an A*AA entry, can i still get an offer?
    Do it. You have four other options, plus UCAS extra.
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    Do it. You have four other options, plus UCAS extra.
    Yes, 3 of my other options want BBB and another wants AAA i was just going to do that as a high risk choice.
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    (Original post by BR1999)
    So i got AABC at AS and I'm carrying on the AAB and I'm remarking the B so it will go up to an A, but I've been predicted AAA and the university i want to go to is LSE and has an A*AA entry, can i still get an offer?
    you can always try, but also make sure you explain your position with the remark, if needed have your tutor include it on her reference. To be blunt I would also advise you that there are a obscenely high amount of applications to LSE, it has one of the most competitive admissions department in the world, therefore don't get to fixated on going there.
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    (Original post by BR1999)
    Law LLB
    politics/ir is AAA
    statistics is AAA (if you like maths)
    they have quite afew AAA courses.
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    (Original post by BR1999)
    Yes, 3 of my other options want BBB and another wants AAA i was just going to do that as a gh risk choice.
    Might as well do it.

    Oxford's law course is AAA. Have you considered that? (Great if you have a good GCSE profile).
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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    politics/ir is AAA
    statistics is AAA (if you like maths)
    they have quite afew AAA courses.
    Thank you! I think i might have a look at politics
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    Might as well do it.

    Oxford's law course is AAA. Have you considered that? (Great if you have a good GCSE profile).
    I was thinking about it, but the only thing putting me off is the LNAT
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    Always gotta take one risk with your UCAS! Or else it ain't worth it, you never know although I'd like to remind you you're not guaranteed an A from your remark and you'd need your teacher to give you that A* prediction but do remember it's not completely feasible since you know you're pushing it so keep those AAA and BBB offers on board and take the risk with realistic expectations, academic credentials are just part one of applying to LSE and most applicants have it as their lowest priority. Hope I've motivated you a little but also kept it realistic
 
 
 
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