Basically, I finished my AS's in summer (only got 2 because they were the only AS subjects I was doing).
I got two D's on results day and with all three I'm doing, I've been predicted CCC.
My school won't change it at all.
Because of these low predicted grades, I understand I am not likely to be receiving any offers for the universities I want to apply to (they all want in the AAA-ABB range).
Would it be more sensible when I get my results in August next year (and if I do better than what I'm predicted) , to apply in the following September with having a gap year?
I've heard that I can get an unconditional offer straight away because universities will have real grades to make an offer on.
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- 12-10-2016 22:02
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- 12-10-2016 22:11
Hi, yes that is a good option.
I'm applying for medicine and doing the same thing. Which course are you planning to apply to?
You could also apply through adjustment/clearing so you don't have to take a gap year however you can't really do that for competitive courses such as medicine.