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    hi i just wanted to clear up whether or not we actually have to put our as grades on da application form, cos i only got A,B.B,C(1mark from a B!) and i don't think its work puttin it up there. and by the way, wat kind of grades will i be predicted next year, with the as grades that i have now? cos all our teachers are gonna be different next year so they predict using our as grades
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    hi i just wanted to clear up whether or not we actually have to put our as grades on da application form, cos i only got A,B.B,C(1mark from a B!) and i don't think its work puttin it up there. and by the way, wat kind of grades will i be predicted next year, with the as grades that i have now? cos all our teachers are gonna be different next year so they predict using our as grades
    No you do not have to put your As results on your application. So its up to you whether you want to mention it in your personal statement.

    Also the predictions from teachers will all depend on the way individual teachers work. However if the teachers do not know u chances are they will rely mostly on your As results for your predictions.
 
 
 
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