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I want to apply for uni's like Leeds and Exeter but I know my predicted grades are far from the A,A,B grades that it says on the site. I was wondering if I would even still get an offer with this cos I know I will do better then the c and at least get a b but my teacher won't change the grade. Is it enough?
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(Original post by StressinRn)
I want to apply for uni's like Leeds and Exeter but I know my predicted grades are far from the A,A,B grades that it says on the site. I was wondering if I would even still get an offer with this cos I know I will do better then the c and at least get a b but my teacher won't change the grade. Is it enough?
One grade below is fine for an aspirational choice, two grades is bit of a stretch.

If there’s no chance to improve your predictions now, you could always call Leeds and Exeter and ask them if you would still be considered,’or if it’d be an automatic rejection.
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One grade below is fine for an aspirational choice, two grades is bit of a stretch.

If there’s no chance to improve your predictions now, you could always call Leeds and Exeter and ask them if you would still be considered,’or if it’d be an automatic rejection.
Thanks for the reply. How do I contact them? Thanks again
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Look on their website for the Admissions Office contact details.


(Or you could just work your socks off this year and get the best possible grades you can - and apply next year in a gap year. No guesswork, no predicted grades.)
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As above, I would call the central undergrad admissions team for the quickest answer. You could email, but it is likely to be a much slower response.
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