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Why are all Uni's AAB?

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    The amazing uni's are AAA, the solid ones are AAB and the absolute **** ones are asking for like 10 ucas points
    I'm being predicted ABB, how can i possibly apply for an AAB as an insurance?
    I don't want to miss my firm choice and end up at the worst universities simply because every Uni wants AAB


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    They don't

    The "reputable" universities ask for those grades

    You're going to have to apply to other universities
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    (Original post by TS21)
    The amazing uni's are AAA, the solid ones are AAB and the absolute **** ones are asking for like 10 ucas points
    I'm being predicted ABB, how can i possibly apply for an AAB as an insurance?
    I don't want to miss my firm choice and end up at the worst universities simply because every Uni wants AAB


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    Your first line is incredibly vague and quite frankly not true.

    Second line - why would you consider putting an AAB course as your *insurance* when you're predicted ABB?

    Third line - again, not true.

    You haven't even specified which course you're doing, you can't describe a university simply as an "AAB university" because obviously not every course will ask for those grades.
 
 
 
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