There's a chance I won't able to go to university because of coronavirus?

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Marcuston
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Don't you think that's unfair? That let's say you worked hard for two years and then boom the virus happened. The teachers predict you lower than your UCAS predicted grade, and now say goodbye to going to university directly, seems like it's screwing us over, especially when the government cancelled all unconditional offers from unis (somehow, it's supposed to favour us, god knows how).
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Yeah it's unfair but what do you want them to do about it? You've already been given the option to appeal and if unsuccessful you can just sit the exams. In the long run going to uni a year later won't make a difference if you're really that fussed about the university you want to go to.
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It is unfair but if you're meant to go uni then you will some day. You could try clearing/adjustments, they consider people with lower grades but it depends on the course and uni. Anything health related won't be available in clearing.
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