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Recently got an offer from qmul. The conditions are AAA any chance of me getting in with a AAB? Is qmul lenient when it comes to grades?
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definitely you’ll get in, 1 grade down is fine tbh, especially for QM, my mate got into the same course with ABC haha so you’re good, congrats
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Recently got an offer from qmul. The conditions are AAA any chance of me getting in with a AAB? Is qmul lenient when it comes to grades?
Hey Mty2302,

There's still definitely a possibility you can get in, especially considering that you might do better than predicted if these are predicted grades! That said, QMUL considers applications as a whole, meaning that your reference and personal statement is also very much valued in the process, not just your marks! You might also be eligible for a contextual admission, meaning your offer might be able to be lowered by a grade or two. The criteria for that can be found here: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate...ed-admissions/! Overall, it's still definitely worth having applied and, so long as the rest of your application is decent, there's still a good chance you can get an offer!

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Hey Mty2302,

There's still definitely a possibility you can get in, especially considering that you might do better than predicted if these are predicted grades! That said, QMUL considers applications as a whole, meaning that your reference and personal statement is also very much valued in the process, not just your marks! You might also be eligible for a contextual admission, meaning your offer might be able to be lowered by a grade or two. The criteria for that can be found here: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate...ed-admissions/! Overall, it's still definitely worth having applied and, so long as the rest of your application is decent, there's still a good chance you can get an offer!

Hope this is helpful
Yh I already got an offer of AAA. With the whole contextual admissions thing, how does it work exactly? Do I have to apply for that? I already made QMUL my firm but yh AAA might not be doable for me so I was wondering if I could get in with AAB instead
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