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    I know I've missed my KCL Law offer (AAAb) and probably got something like CDD...

    the thing is I have mitigating circumstances, and grades were good first year

    do I stand a chance?
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    no point worrying now.
    my friend was told mitigating circumstances had to be made a note of at the time of the actual exams tho....
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    you think writing to them would help?
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    With CDD, no, not a chance. But to get those grades you must have got Us in your exams?! (if you got As in your first year).
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    (Original post by simon12345)
    With CDD, no, not a chance. But to get those grades you must have got Us in your exams?! (if you got As in your first year).
    yeah got As first year
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    I'm similarly scared, I think I've got (at best) aab. But I hope my A at AS which was one above the requirement will give me some leverage power if I'm not accepted initially; am I right to hope this? Will having an A at AS make much difference? Furthermore, where do GCSE's fit into the scheme of things in this scenario?
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    (Original post by JoseReina)
    I'm similarly scared, I think I've got (at best) aab. But I hope my A at AS which was one above the requirement will give me some leverage power if I'm not accepted initially; am I right to hope this? Will having an A at AS make much difference? Furthermore, where do GCSE's fit into the scheme of things in this scenario?
    well I'm sure it can do no harm, general studies is also taken into account (we can assume). o well looks like clearing for me
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    The guy is a troll just ignore him, how can you be 21 and still at school?
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    general studies is also taken into account
    Ah yes I remember that being said too. Just got to hope and pray now...!
 
 
 
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