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    My predicted grades are ABB, I am applying to an ABB university for my firm and am thinking of applying to an BBB university for my insurance. I know I'm not leaving myself much room if I mess up but I don't want to get one grade off my predicted and not be accepted to my firm and then have to go to a lower down uni. If I do mess up I can just apply through clearing even though my place is not guaranteed.
    I don't want to put too much pressure on myself but I think I could do it. Is this smart to do or a bad idea?
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    (Original post by bcmp17)
    My predicted grades are ABB, I am applying to an ABB university for my firm and am thinking of applying to an BBB university for my insurance. I know I'm not leaving myself much room if I mess up but I don't want to get one grade off my predicted and not be accepted to my firm and then have to go to a lower down uni. If I do mess up I can just apply through clearing even though my place is not guaranteed.
    I don't want to put too much pressure on myself but I think I could do it. Is this smart to do or a bad idea?
    Thanks
    A perfectly reasonable strategy in general. Which unis/course are you talking about?
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    A perfectly reasonable strategy in general. Which unis/course are you talking about?
    Biomed and reading as firm (ABB) and Kent as insurance (BBB)
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    Biomed and reading as firm (ABB) and Kent as insurance (BBB)
    Can't see any particular issues with that.
 
 
 
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