Autumn exams and univeristy application

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coffeerush24
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From my grades its looking like I will be doing the Autumn exams. From recent work I have been doing my grades have improved and that is why im thinking about taking the autumn exams. When apply through UCAS you have to have predicted grade however how will this work for students who are doing the Autumn exams as for my case I dont want to be applying for a place with the grades I currently have.
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(Original post by coffeerush24)
From my grades its looking like I will be doing the Autumn exams. From recent work I have been doing my grades have improved and that is why im thinking about taking the autumn exams. When apply through UCAS you have to have predicted grade however how will this work for students who are doing the Autumn exams as for my case I dont want to be applying for a place with the grades I currently have.
You will just have to make clear you will be doing the Autumn exams and then either hope they take you now or hope theres a course starting earlier next year when you have known grades. If you know you will get better mu advice is do the exams and then get into the best uni you can with your improved grades, even if it means 2021.
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