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    Hey, I was confused about making my firm and insurance. My predicted grades are quite low because my college only bases them on what students that got my GCSEs got at a levels. For example I was predicted a D at As maths because last year people that got a B in gcse maths got a D in AS however I got an A so it’s a stupid system. Anyways because of that my predicted were quite low so I was wondering if I get better grades am I forced to go to my firm or insurance or can I go through adjustment?
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    (Original post by Marla12)
    Hey, I was confused about making my firm and insurance. My predicted grades are quite low because my college only bases them on what students that got my GCSEs got at a levels. For example I was predicted a D at As maths because last year people that got a B in gcse maths got a D in AS however I got an A so it’s a stupid system. Anyways because of that my predicted were quite low so I was wondering if I get better grades am I forced to go to my firm or insurance or can I go through adjustment?
    If you get better grades than your firm you can go through Adjustment - that's what it's for. You can also take a gap year if you want.
 
 
 
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