melxmoon
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I want to apply for Law at University of Manchester and University of Leeds but currently their entry requirements are AAA. I already have an A level grade from a language subject that I took in Year 12, which is an A, so in my ucas application including my predicted grades it’s AABB. I have back up universities in mind, but I was wondering if even bother to apply to the uni of Manchester and uni of Leeds knowing I don’t meet the entry requirements?
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It will most likely result in a rejection if you don’t meet the basic entry requirements unless you’re eligible for some sort of contextual offer?
I’d try to get predicted AAA if I were you
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I remember my brother needed an AAB but he got an AACC and they rounded up both C's to one B and he got in, I don't remember the exact process but that's what he told me.
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