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At GCSE I got all 8s and one 9. At A Level I’m predicted A* for maths and A* for physics. I started my economics course quite late into the final year (I am homeschooled) so I won’t get my predicted grade.

I was just wondering how badly this might affect my chances for getting into a uni. Thanks.
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If you explain that you are home-schooled usually one missing grade will not be an issue.
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(Original post by ZachM10)
At GCSE I got all 8s and one 9. At A Level I’m predicted A* for maths and A* for physics. I started my economics course quite late into the final year (I am homeschooled) so I won’t get my predicted grade.

I was just wondering how badly this might affect my chances for getting into a uni. Thanks
How do you get predicted grades if your home-schooled ?
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How do you get predicted grades if your home-schooled ?
You can't - so if your referee explains this in the reference it isnt an issue.
There is a 'private candidates' thread on the A level board - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=7085746
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