Preyankan23
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Hi guys I’ve got a couple of questions about applying to uni

PREDICTED ABB-BBB (hopefully but I need AAB lol)

1) Say if I am predicted that when I need AAB can I still apply even tho they’ll reject but on results day I will do well and get AAB can I go through adjustment even tho they declined first but would they let me on?

2) Is the final grade more important than ucas predicted?

3) What is something u regret in y13 that u wished you did?

4) I’ve gained a lot of work experience and if I get head boy I’ll have a really strong personal statement should I still apply for unis that I haven’t met the entry requirements?

~ Thanks for any help given
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How to Avoid 5 Rejections - read it all - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...ity-rejections

Universities use predicted grades to see if its worth making you an offer.
Any offer will have 'conditions' - ie. AAB including English (etc).
That is what you are expected to achieve next August - at that point what you were 'predicted' to achieve will be totally irrelevant.
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