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I am so stressed I won't get into my firm as my mock results wouldn't have got me in and now those are being used to calculate our a levels!!! Will the govt/unis be generous??
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This is exactly what I am stressed about!! Which uni do you want to firm & Insure and what course are you applying to??
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UCAS have said universities are going to be 'flexible' but I don't know how flexible they mean. Probably 1 grade, hopefully 2, 3 may be too much
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I am so stressed I won't get into my firm as my mock results wouldn't have got me in and now those are being used to calculate our a levels!!! Will the govt/unis be generous??
Most universities have in previous years accepted people with dropped grades usually 1 or 2. Some have accepted more and some not at all. I dont suspect anything will differ much this year and I suspect most will be more lenient. However it might differ dependant on your firm university. Unfortunately nobody really knows for certain.
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Surely they will factor in other assessments?
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Don’t worry I think only a minority of people would actually have got in with their mock results. Hopefully teachers will take this into account when assigning us grades and unis will be more lenient
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