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    Hopefully going to send in my UCAS during the next two weeks but I still don’t know which universities to go for... Did alright on my AS (BCCC) so my predicted grades are around (AAB) and im thinking about City of London, Warwick and Surrey right now! So i need two more and i’m thinking of places that aren’t too far away from London bc im planning on going back and fourth a lot and also places that obviously don’t exceed my predicted grades, with a good social life and is DIVERSE. Looking to do a Psychology degree btw.
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    (Original post by XKH1300)
    Hopefully going to send in my UCAS during the next two weeks but I still don’t know which universities to go for... Did alright on my AS (BCCC) so my predicted grades are around (AAB) and im thinking about City of London, Warwick and Surrey right now! So i need two more and i’m thinking of places that aren’t too far away from London bc im planning on going back and fourth a lot and also places that obviously don’t exceed my predicted grades, with a good social life and is DIVERSE. Looking to do a Psychology degree btw.
    As all three of the options match your predicted grades which are more than a grades jump from your as grades, would you consider a ABB/BBB university for your other two options so you can have a back up?
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    As all three of the options match your predicted grades which are more than a grades jump from your as grades, would you consider a ABB/BBB university for your other two options so you can have a back up?
    Yes!
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    (Original post by XKH1300)
    Yes!
    brunel and UEL have decent employment rates and would accept those grades
 
 
 
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