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    This is for a business and accounting course, of which there aren't many univerisities that do both of those together
    The ones that were AAB were Exeter and edinburugh I believe.
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    Totally. Go for it. You could also go for AAA if you write a very good personal statement.
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    (Original post by storm95)
    Totally. Go for it. You could also go for AAA if you write a very good personal statement.
    Not true, the entry requirements are there for a reason.

    You can apply, but you should be prepared to be rejected, on the other hand you might also be given an offer.
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    (Original post by Wikia)
    Not true, the entry requirements are there for a reason.

    You can apply, but you should be prepared to be rejected, on the other hand you might also be given an offer.
    yes ofcourse, but it doesn't hurt to apply, ofcourse not all the choices should be higher than predicted but one choice should be. i did it and managed to ace the offers but ofcourse depends on course and demand
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    (Original post by Lia22)
    This is for a business and accounting course, of which there aren't many univerisities that do both of those together
    The ones that were AAB were Exeter and edinburugh I believe.
    You'd probably get offers if you're only one predicted grade below the requirement, but that offer will almost certainly be AAB and if you don't end up getting that then you probably won't end up getting into the uni. So ask yourself whether there's a chance that you'll exceed your predicted grades, because an offer you know you won't meet is kind of pointless. Having one ambitious application is fine though, as long as you other safer choices.
 
 
 
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