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    I was just wondering if they give offers for Engineering Business Management (at Warwick) an AAA course for someone like me who's got predicted ABB

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    (Original post by BlasterUnown)
    Hi,
    I was just wondering if they give offers for Engineering Business Management (at Warwick) an AAA course for someone like me who's got predicted ABB

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    Are you eligible for a contextual offer?
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    nope
    Try, but remember you might not get an offer as it's risky
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    Depends. You may get an offer, I suggest using this: ucas.com/advisers/offer-rate-calculator to get an indication.

    Basically, you may be predicted that. However, the uni will most likely give you an offer of AAA. (you can achieve this if you work your arse off).

    However, Its all about numbers. Basically, if the course is under applied for and they need students to fill spaces, then you have got more of a chance of getting in. eg. My friend opted to study Zoology at Bristol and they wanted ABB. They offered him BBB. He got BBC and still got in as they needed to fil the spaces. If they don't fill the spaces the university looses money basically. Hence why unis go crazy on this clearing business.

    However, Warwick is a very high standard uni. So there's less chance. If I were you, put it down as a choice but have back ups with lower offers eg. heriott watt (university that focuses in engineering).

    Make sure you look at everything!!! student satisfaction (LSE good uni but terrible satisfaction rate), year abroads, job prospects, location, nightlife, course content!!!, like so many top unis lack in areas where lower ones strive in. If you unhappy at uni you won't get a good degree. Be wise.
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    (Original post by BlasterUnown)
    Hi,
    I was just wondering if they give offers for Engineering Business Management (at Warwick) an AAA course for someone like me who's got predicted ABB

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    It's reasonably likely you will get an offer. They have a pretty high offer rate.

    https://university.which.co.uk/unive...0-hn12-1001457
 
 
 
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