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On their website, it says their entry requirements are A*AA-AAA. How do they decide which offer they give? If someone is predicted AAA would they get the AAA offer?
For other universities indicating a range, the lower end usually corresponds to a contextual offer. For Exeter, which is well known to be very "flexible" on results day, has over a 90% offer rate on average, and the average incoming converted tariff equivalent is well below the published offers, I would just assume the standard offer is the the lower end one and there's a good chance even if you missed it you'd be taken on results day. So a fair option for an insurance choice as you get doubly insured by it...
Students at Cornwall campus, University of Exeter
University of Exeter
Exeter
Original post by Anonymous
On their website, it says their entry requirements are A*AA-AAA. How do they decide which offer they give? If someone is predicted AAA would they get the AAA offer?

Hi,

I'd take a look at our After You Apply webpage for more information on how offers may be made.

Please do let me know if you have any further questions!

Kitty
University of Exeter Student Ambassador

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