Applying for a course with lower entry requirements than predicted grades

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    I visited the University of Chester open day recently and absolutely fell in love with English Literature course available and the university itself.

    I was just wondering how likely it is for a university to reject you if you have higher predicted grades than the entry requirements? My first choice is Chester and the course requires BBB/BBC but I'm predicted AAB.. Are there any chances they would reject me for this or am I fussing for no reason?


    Nope, we'd be more than happy with those grades!
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    (Original post by University of Chester)
    Nope, we'd be more than happy with those grades!
    Thank you!
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