How are your teachers determining your UCAS grades?

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Are they just your end of year 12 mock grades? A mixture of grades you have achieved through homework/tests during the year and you're mock? Do you have mocks in September to determine them?

Just curious as I can't get a clear answer from my college! My top two unis have A*AA entry so I need to be predicted that, I've achieved A*AB in my mocks - I'm worried that if my teacher gives me a B because of that mock grade I won't get in Would it be reasonable to ask her to bump up my grade if she did give me a B?
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they will most likely be based on your end of year 12 mocks.
most teachers will predict you a grade higher than what you get in your mocks - so yes it is reasonable to ask her to increase your grade if she thinks you can achieve an A in the real exam.
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