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When the school submits predicted grades for each subject, do they include the grades from our End of Year/mock results along with the predicted grades, or do universities only see our predicted grade? For example if someone gets B in their AS mocks but gets a prediction of A* will the universities see the mock result, or only the predicted grade?
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When the school submits predicted grades for each subject, do they include the grades from our End of Year/mock results along with the predicted grades, or do universities only see our predicted grade? For example if someone gets B in their AS mocks but gets a prediction of A* will the universities see the mock result, or only the predicted grade?
Your UCAS referee will be able to enter one grade per subject as your predicted grade.
It is up to your school what grade they put down.
The university only sees that grade.
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Some schools/colleges will include details within the reference about how they have allocated predicted grades.
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Your UCAS referee will be able to enter one grade per subject as your predicted grade.
It is up to your school what grade they put down.
The university only sees that grade.
further unrelated question. Since universities look at only 3 of your A-level grades, do you get to choose your 3 highest grades? Or is this only after the 2 year course, and they pick the 3 subject grades that they base your conditional offer on? Also, I'm assuming that they will look at all 4 of your AS predicted grades if you take 4.
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Does anyone know what will happen if I am studying 3 a levels rn in year 12 and have already sat an A2 and achieved an A* in another subject last year? Will my already achieved grade be a part of the offer or will I have to achieve the offer with the three subjects I am studying now?
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Does anyone know what will happen if I am studying 3 a levels rn in year 12 and have already sat an A2 and achieved an A* in another subject last year? Will my already achieved grade be a part of the offer or will I have to achieve the offer with the three subjects I am studying now?
It's up to the uni that gives you the offer. The three most likely scenarios are:

  • You get an offer for three AL grades which may include the previous awarded one
  • You get an offer for two AL grades from your pending ones, (having already gotten one accepted result)
  • You get an offer for three AL grades from your pending results only, (the previous one being specifically excluded)


It would depend on the AL subject, the course you are applying for and the uni's policy. You can either check with your target unis before applying or just wait and see what offers you get.
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further unrelated question. Since universities look at only 3 of your A-level grades, do you get to choose your 3 highest grades? Or is this only after the 2 year course, and they pick the 3 subject grades that they base your conditional offer on? Also, I'm assuming that they will look at all 4 of your AS predicted grades if you take 4.
This isn't correct. Universities will see all of your A Level grades, not just three. You must declare all of your grades and qualifications. This should match any entries made in your name to qualifications with exam boards. If you have 5 A Levels, all five go on UCAS and will be visible to unis. If you took an A Level twice, they both go on. So in answer to your AS question, they will see all the qualifications you enter onto UCAS, which will be all the qualifications you have ever formally sat.

In answer to the question on subjects, universities can make specific subject grade offers at A Level. So AAB but one of the As has to be physics (for example). This is not uncommon, but will be more likely on a more competitive course with required pre-requisite specialist knowledge.
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