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    i want to do mechanical engineering aand my predicted grades are AAAD. With A's Maths physics and economics and a E in sociology. The entry requirement is AAA - Will i be rejected because i got an E predicted for a subject despite me meeting the offfer. And the E is not even releveant to my course.
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    what unis depends
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    As it's an essay subject so completely irrelevant, probably not.

    If your E/D was in further maths, say, then it probably would harm your chances, but in your case I don't think it will.
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    (Original post by GausIsTheBoss)
    what unis depends
    ucl, queen mary, nottingham, imperial
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    why don't u just drop the subject
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    (Original post by joseph9299)
    ucl, queen mary, nottingham, imperial
    Imperial unlikely you'd get in others you're fine.
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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    why don't u just drop the subject
    I cant because i do 3 in school and one privately. Dont think the school will let me do 2 subs in school.
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    (Original post by UltimateVillain)
    You will be rejected! How on earth do you think E is even a grade! Why on earth will you pick a subject that you know you are so bad at. People like you always make bad decisions. That E will only show that you cannot make decisions and so you cannot do mechanical engineering.
    Relax, how tho I MET THE OFFER
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    (Original post by joseph9299)
    I cant because i do 3 in school and one privately. Dont think the school will let me do 2 subs in school.
    have u at least asked ??
    Try and convince ur teacher that u can get a high grade in sociology, write some essays and hand them in to be marked ? Do some extra credit ?
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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    have u at least asked ??
    Try and convince ur teacher that u can get a high grade in sociology, write some essays and hand them in to be marked ? Do some extra credit ?
    ARE u allowed to do 2 subjects in school and one privately.
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    (Original post by joseph9299)
    ARE u allowed to do 2 subjects in school and one privately.
    We have no idea, it's completely up to your school.
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    I received offers from UCL and Imperial with AAAE at AS.
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    What's the E in? Most universities make a grade based on 3 grades and only really care about your top 3 grades anyway so you'll be fine . Imperial is the only exception, but the difference between UCL and Imperial is negligible so it doesn't matter.
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    (Original post by Volibear)
    I received offers from UCL and Imperial with AAAE at AS.
    Was the E grade A2 or AS
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    (Original post by Pidge Gunderson)
    What's the E in? Most universities make a grade based on 3 grades and only really care about your top 3 grades anyway so you'll be fine . Imperial is the only exception, but the difference between UCL and Imperial is negligible so it doesn't matter.
    E is in a subject that is not relevant to my coursr at all. im acc scared because i got the predicted and meets the offer but that E grade predicted can let me down.
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    Drop sociology, then there’s no need to declare the predicted grade
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    Drop sociology you dumb fo3k
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    (Original post by Zxyn)
    Drop sociology, then there’s no need to declare the predicted grade
    cant pal, i dont 3 alevels in school and one privately. Well i havent asked school yet.
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    (Original post by Teenage Hype)
    Drop sociology you dumb fo3k
    i do 3 alevels in school and one privately. And socio is done in school. But i could ask school if i can do 2 in school
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    (Original post by joseph9299)
    i do 3 alevels in school and one privately. And socio is done in school. But i could ask school if i can do 2 in school
    Why wouldn't they let you do 2 lmao.
    Just drop it cos your offer is 3 grades anyway, unless you're certain you can get A in socio which it doesn't seem like - so ur just wasting time in lessons?
 
 
 
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