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I am predicted AAD in my A2 exams, the A's being psychology and PE and the D being physics. I also have a B in my EPQ. Will physics stop me from getting into BBB courses? I think I can get it up to a C but will it help? I want to go to Aberdeen to study BSc Psychology. Im not sure what to do though
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(Original post by cm77334)
I am predicted AAD in my A2 exams, the A's being psychology and PE and the D being physics. I also have a B in my EPQ. Will physics stop me from getting into BBB courses? I think I can get it up to a C but will it help? I want to go to Aberdeen to study BSc Psychology. Im not sure what to do though
It depends if Aberdeen does UCAS points, if it does then AAD I think is higher than BBB, if they don’t use points it would be worth emailing the admissions team to ask
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Honestly you should just work on getting a B in physics. If you give it the dedication you can do it. If you have the mentality that you can only get a C then I’d be surprised if you even got a C. Aim for an A*, that way when you work really really really really really really hard for an A* you might get it or you might not, but if you don’t all that work for an A* might end up getting a B or B* (if that’s a thing), or absolute worst case is a C. But aiming for a C will not do good. Just my opinion 🤷*♂️
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Honestly you should just work on getting a B in physics. If you give it the dedication you can do it. If you have the mentality that you can only get a C then I’d be surprised if you even got a C. Aim for an A*, that way when you work really really really really really really hard for an A* you might get it or you might not, but if you don’t all that work for an A* might end up getting a B or B* (if that’s a thing), or absolute worst case is a C. But aiming for a C will not do good. Just my opinion 🤷*♂️
Yeah i’m going to aim for an A*, I just need to act quick and revise more everyday. Thank you!!
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It depends if Aberdeen does UCAS points, if it does then AAD I think is higher than BBB, if they don’t use points it would be worth emailing the admissions team to ask
Ill send an email, hopefully it’ll be okay. Thank you !!
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