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    ok, so heres the deal, I applied to:

    Manchester - ABB entry requirement
    Leicester - ABB entry requirement
    Queen Mary - 300 - 320 points
    Reading - 300 - 320 points
    East Anglia - BBB-ABB (offer - ABB)

    Is it likely all the offers I get may come to ABB? If so, what happens then? and... ****!
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    if you get ABB for all 5 choices. write down each university on a small bit of paper, put them all in a hat and pick your first piece of paper (firm choice) and then 1 more (insurance choice)
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    do you reckon any of them will set an offer lower than abb?
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    well surely you would have researched the offer before applying.
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    yeah but... I thought 300-320 would be ok as a lower choice...
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    You should choose your firm and insurance based on where you want to go, not your offers. So it doesn't matter if they're all ABB, because your firm is the place you most want to go. Your insurance is your 2nd favourite; it doesn't matter whether the offer is higher, lower or the same.
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    work hard all you can do
 
 
 
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