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    So I am looking to study Mathematics at uni. The Subjects I am studying with predicted grades are as followed: Mathematics (A), Physics (B), Gov and Pol (B), EPQ (B) and Level 3 core Maths (AS over 2 years doing applied mathematics) (A)

    Universities and their entry requirements:

    Glasgow: AAB
    Newcastle: AAB
    Liverpool: ABB
    Sheffield: ABB (with EPQ)
    Dundee: (BBB)

    I was thinking about replacing Liverpool with Manchester but I thought that was pushing it. If Someone would suggest replacing a uni with another uni I would be more than happy to hear their opinion



    Opinions, please?
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    (Original post by JoshElyot)
    So I am looking to study Mathematics at uni. The Subjects I am studying with predicted grades are as followed: Mathematics (A), Physics (B), Gov and Pol (B), EPQ (B) and Level 3 core Maths (AS over 2 years doing applied mathematics) (A)

    Universities and their entry requirements:

    Glasgow: AAB
    Newcastle: AAB
    Liverpool: ABB
    Sheffield: ABB (with EPQ)
    Dundee: (BBB)

    I was thinking about replacing Liverpool with Manchester but I thought that was pushing it. If Someone would suggest replacing a uni with another uni I would be more than happy to hear their opinion
    Opinions, please?
    Id say hat balance is about right and the higher ones are just gambles.

    Have a look at the ucas offer predictor as well, but take it with a pinch of salt.

    https://www.ucas.com/advisers/offer-rate-calculator/
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    No that looks like a good choice, as someone who goes to Sheffield they can usually be fairly lenient on grades.
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    For your predicted grades you've made some well thought out choices. No point in setting the bar too high with your choices. If you do get better grades than predicted you can always go through adjustment.
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