Why would you need to do that... You put your AS grades in the qualification section on the UCAS form...
I think the best thing to do is to keep trying to persuade them to increase your predicted grades. You got really good AS results and people tend to do better in their A2's. So a prediction for you should be at least AAB/AAA.
But I wouldn't apply to any universities that ask for higher grades than you are predicted.
Hope this helps
Oh I forgot to ask, does your school certify your AS grades?
"Actually, people tend to do worse in their A2 examinations. Overall, A levels results can be improved on the AS results by re-sitting AS exams though."
Then why on earth are the majority of people like EVERYWHERE predicted higher grades for their A2's then their AS?
A lot of the time people step it up in Year 13 because they realise they ****** up their ASs.
best thing to do is get parents involved
they might have predicted you ABB because you only did 3 AS levels, and the work jumps up at A2 (most people drop one at A2).