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    I was just wondering whether Cardiff university cared about AS levels with the new reforms. I didn't do so well in mine but I got 10 A*s at GCSE. I also didn't do very well in the UKCAT- so i thought applying to Cardiff university for medicine might be a good choice.

    ALSO It says on Cardiff University's website that offers will typically be based on grades achieved from 3 A-LEVELS. But we don't sit out A-levels until June.
    So will they be looking at predictions or?

    Thanks in advance.
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    I was just wondering whether Cardiff university cared about AS levels with the new reforms. I didn't do so well in mine but I got 10 A*s at GCSE. I also didn't do very well in the UKCAT- so i thought applying to Cardiff university for medicine might be a good choice.

    ALSO It says on Cardiff University's website that offers will typically be based on grades achieved from 3 A-LEVELS. But we don't sit out A-levels until June.
    So will they be looking at predictions or?

    Thanks in advance.
    I think with the new A-Level reforms, it's predominantly about your predicted grades.
 
 
 
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