AAA-AAB grade requirements??Watch
What does it mean when the grade requirements say AAA-AAB? If you get offered a place with AAB is there a reason why they didn’t say AAA?
Hope this helps :')
thanks everyone! i got an aab rather than aaa but there was no conditions so i was curious.
Other times it might be the subject that you are taking at A level. An example would be if you are applying for a Maths course and you are taking Further Maths then the will offer you the lower grade.
However most of the time it is the contextual offer and this is flagged up as part of your ucas application.
AAB would be the minimum set of grades that they would take in order for you to be considered by them. If you get AAB, they'll take your offer, but you'll be more carefully looked over as you didn't hit the main set of grade requirements.
Often the second grade set is for Contextual offers - lower grade offers made to those from low performing schools etc.
Or it might be for those taking a certain combination of subjects.
Applicants should always check with the University exactly what the criteria is for receiving lower grade offer - never just assume that you will be considered with low grades, or that you will get the lower offer