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    When do Universities cash in your grades after accepting you?
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    Unis don't cash in your grades, exam boards do. It'll be done automatically and you'll get your certificates around October or November.
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    Thanks for the reply.

    I got ABBB in my A Levels and needed ABB to get into my insurance choice. So at this stage I could decline one of the B's and resit it in January(while still at my insurance choice) as I still meet the requirements to get into uni?
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    Thanks for the reply.

    I got ABBB in my A Levels and needed ABB to get into my insurance choice. So at this stage I could decline one of the B's and resit it in January(while still at my insurance choice) as I still meet the requirements to get into uni?
    Check with the uni to make sure, but yeah, I don't see why that would be a problem. Bear in mind that unis have exams in January as well though, or at least mine does, so there's a possibility you could end up with a clash.
 
 
 

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