Are these unis good for my shite predicted grades?

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So my predicted grades are CCD and im gonna apply to these unis... I think I can do better and if I do, I might go though adjustment..

Electronic engineering at



Bangor university



University of essex




University of plymouth





University of portsmouth





Swansea university




If you think any of them are shite, let me know.
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hi my name is liamdarbonator, i am 42 and i have finally passed my GCSE maths and english with a grade 4 i just want to suggest that you should apply for oxford and is where im at. pls meet me there and we can study together )))) lots of love liamdarbonator p.s i have aurts
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Not too sure about the engineering department but when I went to an open day at Portsmouth for Palaeontology the person doing the subject talk spent the whole time telling us it’s a pointless degree and we’ll never find a job in the field and that we should consider geology and go into the oil industry instead. Put me off them completely didn’t apply to them in the end. Also the tours they did on the open day weren’t very accessible for people with disabilities, had to leave the tour half way through because my mum couldn’t handle all the stairs and no alternative was offered even after we explained her situation.
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(Original post by liamdarbonator)
hi my name is liamdarbonator, i am 42 and i have finally passed my GCSE maths and english with a grade 4 i just want to suggest that you should apply for oxford and is where im at. pls meet me there and we can study together )))) lots of love liamdarbonator p.s i have aurts
same bro, meet me at the reception monday at 9 and we will have gr8 times xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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I think Bangor is alright. Really beautiful, not given enough credit for that. My brother actually got CDD at a level, 2:2 in English lit at Bangor and is now teaching English in China so I think he’s doing alright Have you considered visiting the unis?
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So my predicted grades are CCD and im gonna apply to these unis... I think I can do better and if I do, I might go though adjustment..

Electronic engineering at



Bangor university



University of essex




University of plymouth





University of portsmouth





Swansea university




If you think any of them are shite, let me know.
Hi there!

Are you referring to this course? https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/u...ic-engineering

If so, you will need 120 UCAS points - if you were to achieve CCD, you would have 88 points. However, it's not all bad news!

If you applied for the Foundation route (which is one extra year that helps get you up to scratch for the 3 year BSc), you would need 32-48 points, which you more than qualify for. You can find more information about this, here: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/u...oundation-year

Does this help a little bit? I honestly really tanked my mocks but did amazing in my actual A-levels. Have faith and please let me know if you have any further questions, I'd be more than happy to help

- Seren, University of Plymouth Student Rep
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