I have enrolment on the 26th, the day after I get my GCSE results. The college has told me what to bring with me, and I have a time and date for enrolment. Assuming I get my predicted grades - does this mean I'm already 'accepted' into college? Can the college choose not to let me in on the day of enrolment or after I've enrolled?
Also, if I don't get my predicted grades, can I be rejected because of that? And can I be accepted into college with grades lower than my predicted grades? I need an A/A* in maths and a BCC in physics, biology and chemistry (the B preferably in physics (as the college said), as I'm doing physics A Level). I already have an A* in maths. I'm predicted AAB in physics, biology and chemistry, respectively. Let's say - worst case scenario - I end up dropping a grade in each and get BBC. Is it possible they'd still let me in if that happened? I doubt it will, but - I'm not sure if the college would let me in with lower-than-predicted grades, or if I need to get my predicted grades (or higher) in order to be accepted.
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- Thread Starter
- 23-08-2016 22:16
- 23-08-2016 22:19
You will be accepted with whatever they ask for
- 23-08-2016 22:26
Ill be straight with you.. as long as you pass your GCSEs and get a B or above in subjects youre planning to do most sixth forms and colleges will happily take you on.. if youre predicged an A* but get an A dont sweat it