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    Hey guys, i recently received my BTEC my grades a a lot higher than what i anticipated. This being that i applied for nottingham trent and needed MMM. I somehow managed to get DDD. Should i be looking at other unis to see if i can sneak in during adjustment or just stick with my orginal?

    Finally, does a high entry level mean a better degree?

    thanks guys!:eek3:
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    Hey guys, i recently received my BTEC my grades a a lot higher than what i anticipated. This being that i applied for nottingham trent and needed MMM. I somehow managed to get DDD. Should i be looking at other unis to see if i can sneak in during adjustment or just stick with my orginal?

    Finally, does a high entry level mean a better degree?

    thanks guys!:eek3:
    Only you can make that (very) personal decision.
    Are there others unis you visited and applied to before making Nottingham Trent your firm?

    Check out the Adjustment FAQ for background:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...8#post17385388
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    If I were you I would have a look at unis you would have liked to apply to with higher grades. Ring a couple of them up to see if they'd take you. Good luck
 
 
 
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