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    I was thinking,
    if you apply to a foundation year (that has C's entry requirements) of your course, with A*'s or A's predictions, how likely is it you will get an unconditional offer?

    Or does it depend on the personal statement whether you will get one or not?
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    I was thinking,
    if you apply to a foundation year (that has C's entry requirements) of your course, with A*'s or A's predictions, how likely is it you will get an unconditional offer?

    Or does it depend on the personal statement whether you will get one or not?
    It depends on your grades, your personal statement, and also the university. A lot of universities have a part on their website where you can generally see whether you'd get an unconditional or not.

    If you are fully exceeding the entry requirement grades then it is more likely that you'll get an unconditional, but it's not guaranteed.
 
 
 
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