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    to A*AA?
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    (Original post by WhoDaresWins)
    to A*AA?
    None have been raised this year, though it has been a progressive increase to A*AA.

    Imperial, Cambridge, Oxford, Exeter, Birmingham, Keele, UCL and perhaps a couple more all require at least A*AA now (some of them specify it has to be in biology or chemistry).
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    None have been raised this year, though it has been a progressive increase to A*AA.

    Imperial, Cambridge, Oxford, Exeter, Birmingham, Keele, UCL and perhaps a couple more all require at least A*AA now (some of them specify it has to be in biology or chemistry).
    That's what I'm worried about :/
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    That's what I'm worried about :/
    You're worrying over little. If you're not applying to those universities, then why does it matter? It's unlikely many universities are gonna have A*AA next year or the year after either.
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    You're worrying over little. If you're not applying to those universities, then why does it matter? It's unlikely many universities are gonna have A*AA next year or the year after either.
    If Manchester or Liverpool have A*AA requirements I'm doomed.

    Also yeah true... Thanks anyway.
 
 
 
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