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My teachers have set out our target grades for a levels on the system and my grades are ABC. My top choice is the university of law and their grade requirements are BBB. It sounds rather silly but will these appear still okay to the University?
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My teachers have set out our target grades for a levels on the system and my grades are ABC. My top choice is the university of law and their grade requirements are BBB. It sounds rather silly but will these appear still okay to the University?
what university is it? some universities may accept it but it wouldn't be certain. I'd definitely put it down as an aspirational one as you never know! could you get the C moved up to the B? obviously not if its unreasonable to expect a B grade but would definitely help!
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what university is it? some universities may accept it but it wouldn't be certain. I'd definitely put it down as an aspirational one as you never know! could you get the C moved up to the B? obviously not if its unreasonable to expect a B grade but would definitely help!
the university is the University of law. I can try and get my C moved to a B, I mean it's possible for me to get a B but that specific teacher was saying it was reasonable if I stuck with a C. I'm seeing on her Monday, and I'm going to try to convince her to boost it to a B.
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the university is the University of law. I can try and get my C moved to a B, I mean it's possible for me to get a B but that specific teacher was saying it was reasonable if I stuck with a C. I'm seeing on her Monday, and I'm going to try to convince her to boost it to a B.
I would possibly try emailing the admissions office at the Uni of Law? often they're really vague and unhelpful but they might have a standard procedure regarding that?
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Yeah I’ll try that, thanks for the advice!!😊
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Where Unis ask for UCAS points then its more likely they will accept this. Usually where they ask for specific grades then its less likely - ie. if they want consistent grades across 3 subjects, BUT the sort of Unis asking for BBB for Law will not be this fussy.

You should be okay applying for one BBB course with ABC predictions, just make sure that your other choices are more realistic,
This TSR article has good advice about spreading your choices across grade ranges - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...ity-rejections
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Where Unis ask for UCAS points then its more likely they will accept this. Usually where they ask for specific grades then its less likely - ie. if they want consistent grades across 3 subjects, BUT the sort of Unis asking for BBB for Law will not be this fussy.

You should be okay applying for one BBB course with ABC predictions, just make sure that your other choices are more realistic,
This TSR article has good advice about spreading your choices across grade ranges - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...ity-rejections
Thanks, that makes me feel a little relaxed now because I just spoke to them and they said that if I don't get the grades, I can still do the course but with an additional year in University. I'm still planning on convincing my teachers that I need that B; if I'm lucky, I should get that B grade.
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