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I am planning on studying Biological Sciences at UCL, the conditional offer I received was AAA.
Every night I have been thinking about the exams tallying marks (I am unable to stop thinking about it, despite the fact that I know its illogical to focus on something out of my control now).
I believe that I probably achieved A*AB
or AAB.
Two questions, what is the likelihood of UCL being lenient and accepting me into the program, and is there anything I can do in the meantime?

Now before someone comments, I have an insurance that I believe is achievable, and I know no one knows exactly the UCL's accepting and rejecting process.
The worse thing is that my parents and my siblings are acting like I am definitely going to be in London next year that I achieved the grades and I will go to UCL and I am too scared to say that I might not.
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(Original post by Laith.Gergi)
I am planning on studying Biological Sciences at UCL, the conditional offer I received was AAA.
Every night I have been thinking about the exams tallying marks (I am unable to stop thinking about it, despite the fact that I know its illogical to focus on something out of my control now).
I believe that I probably achieved A*AB
or AAB.
Two questions, what is the likelihood of UCL being lenient and accepting me into the program, and is there anything I can do in the meantime?

Now before someone comments, I have an insurance that I believe is achievable, and I know no one knows exactly the UCL's accepting and rejecting process.
The worse thing is that my parents and my siblings are acting like I am definitely going to be in London next year that I achieved the grades and I will go to UCL and I am too scared to say that I might not.
There’s no way anyone here can comment on UCL’s likelihood of accepting you. You can always ring them up to ask what happens if you miss your offer - whether they normally have some leniency for your subject and what they look at when deciding who gets in.

Explain to your parents how worried you are about missing your offer grades. If they realise that they’re adding to your stress then they will stop.
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