Sussex, Loughborough, Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Reading, Surrey, Royal Holloway.
You need to look at the course descriptions on each Uni website carefully and look at campus tour films on YouTube etc
Does the course interest you, is it the sort of Uni you want to go to - size, location etc.
Ideally this is what your five UCAS choucs should look like :
1 'risky' choice - just above your predicted grades - one grade and not in a critical subject
2 or 3 - at your predicted grades
1 or 2 - below your predicted grades
Not only will you be likely to end up with more than one or two offers, but you will also have a range of offers. This is important when picking a firm and insurance choice later on in the year. If you have no 'lower' offers at that stage you have no fall-back choice to ensure you still have a uni place if things don't go to plan in August - or if you realise that your A levels are not going as well as you thought and you need to adjust your expectations.