Predicted grade lower than university entry requirement, does this matter?Watch
Some Unis will accept applications with predictions one grade below (but dont rely on this as many don't) - the more popular/competitive they are the less likely it is. And of course any eventual offer you get will be DMM so you have to think about whether its worth applying if you doubt if you'd get those grades (ie. it would be a totally over-risky Firm so why apply).
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My predicted grade went down to MMM, but the universities I'm applying for have an entry requirement of DMM or ~104 UCAS points. How greatly would this affect my chance of receiving offers? Should I look at different universities? I should also mention that I have an E in AS, which is 6 UCAS points but I don't think that'll make a difference.
MMM is usually considered as CCC at A Level (don't quote me on that but a Merit is generally a C grade) but DMM is BCC (ACC) which may not seem a lot, but it can be a huge drop in terms of applying to universities as you'll find yourself wanting to apply to universities which accept both grades. What subject is it? I think personally you should be predicted DMM or DDM if possible which will open doors for you.
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the universities i am thinking of applying for is Hertfordshire University, Nottingham Trent University, Kings College London and I am still thinking about the other 2.