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    Hey guys so based on my GCSE grades I'm predicited a minimum of B's in my A2's... (I'm still in my first year) so was wandering would this affect me getting into my uni? They require an AAB?


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    (Original post by chloeematthews12)
    Hey guys so based on my GCSE grades I'm predicited a minimum of B's in my A2's... (I'm still in my first year) so was wandering would this affect me getting into my uni? They require an AAB?


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    You'll be fine. Your target grades will likely change depending on how you perform on your AS'.
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    Nope. Teachers make your a level predictions based off what you get at as level (Some schools do mocks instead of as levels, so count those instead if applicable). GCSE based predictions are irrelevant Just do well in yr12!
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    my gcse's weren't amazing, and so when i got to a levels my predicted grades for AS were 4Bs, but i achieved 4 high As and my predicted for a2 are 4 A*s - though gcse's may be the first port of call for your teachers to predict your grades on, after you've done mocks and exam questions in class they'll see more of what you're going to do in the exams, since a levels are much different to gcses (and much better, in my opinion.)
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    (Original post by Ze Witcher)
    You'll be fine. Your target grades will likely change depending on how you perform on your AS'.
    Thank you!


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    (Original post by HarrisonGCSE)
    Nope. Teachers make your a level predictions based off what you get at as level (Some schools do mocks instead of as levels, so count those instead if applicable). GCSE based predictions are irrelevant Just do well in yr12!
    Thank you! it's really helpful!


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    (Original post by baznoy)
    my gcse's weren't amazing, and so when i got to a levels my predicted grades for AS were 4Bs, but i achieved 4 high As and my predicted for a2 are 4 A*s - though gcse's may be the first port of call for your teachers to predict your grades on, after you've done mocks and exam questions in class they'll see more of what you're going to do in the exams, since a levels are much different to gcses (and much better, in my opinion.)
    firstly well done! that's amazing! Thanj you so much for your help!!


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