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    So I’ve got my mocks in a few months and these grades determine my predicted grades that I put on my UCAS application. However, I’m slightly confused at the fact that at AS level you can only achieve a highest grade of an A and I hope to be aiming for A* results to be putting as my predicted grades. How does this work and how do I go about doing it? Thanks for any help, I need it.
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    So I’ve got my mocks in a few months and these grades determine my predicted grades that I put on my UCAS application. However, I’m slightly confused at the fact that at AS level you can only achieve a highest grade of an A and I hope to be aiming for A* results to be putting as my predicted grades. How does this work and how do I go about doing it? Thanks for any help, I need it.
    If you're taught at school, you don't put in your own predicted grades - your school does. They are, or should be, smart enough to predict you an A* if you got a high A in your mocks.
 
 
 

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