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    I don't trust the UCAS offer calculator so could someone please help, I have been predicted ABB grades and want to study Law, which uni am i more likely to get an offer from? Any advice is welcomed.
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    (Original post by jordsax19)
    I don't trust the UCAS offer calculator so could someone please help, I have been predicted ABB grades and want to study Law, which uni am i more likely to get an offer from? Any advice is welcomed.
    Can't give you an answer without your full academic profile, i.e GCSE's and AS's ( if you have them)
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    Can't give you an answer without your full academic profile, i.e GCSE's and AS's ( if you have them)
    GCSE= A*AABBCCCCC
    AS Grades= ABC
    A2 Predicted=ABB
    I did a weeks work experince with barristers at the crown prosecution service and have done a fair amount of volunteer work etc.
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    (Original post by jordsax19)
    GCSE= A*AABBCCCCC
    AS Grades= ABC
    A2 Predicted=ABB
    I did a weeks work experince with barristers at the crown prosecution service and have done a fair amount of volunteer work etc.
    Probably Reading as you're nearer their grade range, as they're AAA-ABB, but NCL is AAA.
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    Probably Reading as you're nearer their grade range, as they're AAA-ABB, but NCL is AAA.
    Do you think there is a decent chance of an offer seeing as I am one grade off?
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    (Original post by jordsax19)
    Do you think there is a decent chance of an offer seeing as I am one grade off?
    Reading= you're in their range.
    Newcastle= two grades out, risky.
    This is off standard offers though, not contextual.
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    Reading= you're in their range.
    Newcastle= two grades out, risky.
    This is off standard offers though, not contextual.
    Ok thankyou, do you study law?
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    (Original post by jordsax19)
    Ok thankyou, do you study law?
    No
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    Aim for Liverpool, a good ABB course. Reading will take you with ABB, but Newcastle will not.
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    (Original post by Notorious_B.I.G.)
    Aim for Liverpool, a good ABB course. Reading will take you with ABB, but Newcastle will not.
    Thankyou, again I am not sure about readings general reputation or reputation for law but I may have to apply there.
 
 
 
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