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    I sent my ucas application off on the 8th of November and just after I sent it, my Further Maths teacher changed my prediction from a B to an A. So today I emailed all my uni choices admissions teams telling them this and forwarding an email from my further maths teacher confirming my change in prediction.

    Was this the best move?

    Any advice will be deeply appreciated

    P.S my course entry requirement is AAB and my old prediction was A*AB
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    Given the predictions you submitted you will almost certainly get an interview. So if you haven't had a satisfactory response from your choices I'd say bring it up at your interview.
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    (Original post by Ivo Long)
    Given the predictions you submitted you will almost certainly get an interview. So if you haven't had a satisfactory response from your choices I'd say bring it up at your interview.
    Thanks for the advice, I just hope sending those emails did not lower my chances of an offer
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    (Original post by slaybot)
    Thanks for the advice, I just hope sending those emails did not lower my chances of an offer
    For obvious reasons, unless they come from your referee directly, not via you, they won't carry any weight.
 
 
 
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