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    So basically my school doesn't have predicted results so they put our current results and send it off to schools and my current grades for subjects I don't want to take are decent but what I wish to take and below requirements for that school. I want to be able to get an interview with them and tell them this but first they have to agree to let me in. So what do I do . Shall I write subjects I have high prediction in and say I want to do those and show them on results day I changed my plan or shall I just write to them about my school not having predicted grades and how my mock results are higher.

    Maybe email the admissions officer of the sixth form so that you can explain the situation to them and take it from there.
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