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I'm currently a year 12 student who wants to apply to Oxbridge and imperial. I recently got an E in one of my topic tests for mathematics, when I was getting A's previously. Will this at all affect my predicted grade? Or are they primarily focused on UCAS exams at the end of the year?
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From what I know it depends a lot on the school. Schools may have quotas as to how many of each grade they think they’ll get and predict accordingly. Also if you are sitting As levels I’m sure they will play a major part of your prediction too. I would recommend speaking to your teachers as they will know best. Good luck and hope everything goes well
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(Original post by ThinkingRightNow)
I'm currently a year 12 student who wants to apply to Oxbridge and imperial. I recently got an E in one of my topic tests for mathematics, when I was getting A's previously. Will this at all affect my predicted grade? Or are they primarily focused on UCAS exams at the end of the year?
We base ours on performance throughout out the year co one poor marl wouldn't affect a grade too much. Analyse why you didn't do well and maybe ask to do another test?
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Considering you're still early in Year 12, it shouldn't affect it too much, but you probably can't get any result like that again.
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