predicted grades 2020Watch
Do you think its fair my school is going to use my ALIS grade to predict my UCAS predictions?
Personally I don't think it is as thats based upon my Gcse's not my actual ability at this moment in time.
What are your thoughts?
You have expected/ALIS grades which are as a result of your GCSE performance (these are not sent anywhere, they're just for your teachers to compare and evaluate your A Level performance). You also have predicted grades which are assigned by your teachers and are sent to universities for your UCAS application
What are UCAS predicted grades?
I've been hearing from people that the UCAS predicted grades are a grade higher than your predicted grades, is this true?
UCAS predicted grades are your "predicted grades". They are the grades which your teachers think you will get at the end of Year 13, they could be anything (they could be either the same as your expected grades, higher or lower).
So there is nothing that can be done about them at this moment in time