Yep no worries, happy to answer.
So once I heard back from all the uni’s I applied too I put Manchester as my first choice, essentially the fact that I liked the city so much was really the decider for me seeing as I thought the courses everywhere I applied all looked v good. For my insurance choice I kept Sheffield just because it was asking for lower entry requirements than Manchester and I also really liked the city.
For A levels I did Maths, English and Philosophy, (hence you can see where the interest in the combination of the two arose from).
And as for what I think I’ll get, I was predicted A* A A in year 12 and that’s what I need to get into Manchester, I’m not sure if I’ll get it I mean I think exams went well but you know you never know, I think if I don’t though I’ll be at least fine for getting into Sheffield which really wouldn’t be the end of the world. I also did an EPQ in year 12 and got a B in it, unfortunately I was one mark off an A ahah. But anyway hopefully that serves as reassurance that if you don’t do amazing in your EPQ it won’t hinder you too much I don’t think, it’s one of those things where if you do outstanding in it a fair few unis will lower entrance requirements but just doing average won’t hinder your application.