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    is there any point of keeping your grades up in school after you have sent ur ucas and the predicted grades have been submitted...

    can you just fail all year in school and just study in the last few months to make your offers?
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    Nope its not advisable at all. To maintain your grades and have a chance of meeting your offers you need to be consistant throughout the school year.
    You never know you might have an accident in 6 months time and be unable to work your socks off. Imagine how much that would screw up your plans! Be prepared for any eventuality...
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    ...no
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    let me rephrase that..
    DO uk unis ask for your mid year school reports like the US unis do?
    if no than what is the point of working ur butt of in school?
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    (Original post by alirox)
    let me rephrase that..
    DO uk unis ask for your mid year school reports like the US unis do?
    if no than what is the point of working ur butt of in school?
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    Nope its not advisable at all. To maintain your grades and have a chance of meeting your offers you need to be consistant throughout the school year.
    You never know you might have an accident in 6 months time and be unable to work your socks off. Imagine how much that would screw up your plans! Be prepared for any eventuality...
    Read please.
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    okay sorry for asking
 
 
 
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