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    Hey,
    This summer I got BBC in maths, physics and Chemistry. However the unis I want to apply to want AAB-ABB the reason for lower grades in physics and chemistry is that the AS exams don't count towards the whole A-level so I focused on German, which was a subject I was struggling with. should I mention this in my personal statement? Also I'm planning to resit one or two of the Maths exams
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    (Original post by SpongyMesophyll)
    Hey,
    This summer I got BBC in maths, physics and Chemistry. However the unis I want to apply to want AAB-ABB the reason for lower grades in physics and chemistry is that the AS exams don't count towards the whole A-level so I focused on German, which was a subject I was struggling with. should I mention this in my personal statement? Also I'm planning to resit one or two of the Maths exams
    thanks
    Predicted grades from your teachers are what the unis will look at, and if your teachers predict that you'll meet them requirements then you're sound. Lots of people do *****er at AS level but get into a decent uni cause of grade predictions and exam resits
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    You don't need to mention your grades in your PS. As the poster above said your teacher will put your predicted grades on your application.
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    This is something that your referee might mention, about your capability to meet the offers. You won't have to write about your grades in your personal statement at all.
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    This is something that your referee might mention, about your capability to meet the offers. You won't have to write about your grades in your personal statement at all.
 
 
 
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