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    Not getting my uni place, simple as that. Failing by a long way or being close really makes no difference, Cs won't be anymore use to me that Us. Missing it is missing it. There's a lot of pressure on me, my cousin went to Cambridge and everyone from my GP down wants to know my results ... same goes for a lot of people, I suppose.

    Might kill myself :dontknow: I haven't really decided yet.
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    I miss my firm, I am definetly not going into my insurance.
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    I know what your thinking, well I think I do, but when you see a AAB type of candidate ending up in a uni like East London Uni when she could potentially have gotten in Durham where you can meet like-minded people and study in a reputable uni. You do feel a bit sorry for them dont you?
    East london uni like TVU? Yes, I'd feel bad for them.

    However there are plenty of decent ex polys like Nottingham Trent and Anglia Ruskin - might be under her ability, but they're hardly terrible. That's what happens when you mess up exams. Getting an offer from somewhere doesn't entitle you a place there, it is a contract you are obliged to meet. If you mess up you can't complain when there are plenty of people who don't.

    I'd expect to be treated the same :dontknow:
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    (Original post by _xAnonymous)
    I miss my firm, I am definetly not going into my insurance.
    If you are serious then why do you even have an insurance choice? :confused:

    Why not withdraw now so you can go straight into clearing to save you bother on the day?
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    Anything below a C... especially for German as I worked so, so hard this year.
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    Not getting into my firm would kill me, having to go to my insurance would kill me 10 times over, really don't want to go to my insurance now I have thought about it :/
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    (Original post by TheMeister)
    This thread has been re-done more times than an A2 Maths module. :sigh:
    LMFAO

    That made me laugh :yes: :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by DJkG.1)
    If you are serious then why do you even have an insurance choice? :confused:

    Why not withdraw now so you can go straight into clearing to save you bother on the day?
    Because i'm pretty confident that i will get my 300 ucas points for my firm , as I am predicted higher grades I got rejected from the uni that would have been my insurance.
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    Not getting AAA. And I think it's going to happen..

    I REALLY DON'T want to do my insurance choice. And I'll be nearly 21 by the time I start university as it is, so I don't want to take a year out to resit - almost 22 starting univeristy sounds too old, and I'd be considered by my university a "mature student". It's such a scary term!

    Oh gawd.
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    mine is a nearly definite reality, which is missing both my firm and insurance and going into clearing.
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    not even getting the minimum grade requirement for dentistry (AAB)
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    Worst case: UUUUU (A-levels) + UU (AEAs) + UU (STEP)
    Probable case: AAAAB (A-levels) + DU/MM (AEAs) + S2/11 (STEP)
    Best case: AAAAA (A-levels) + DD (AEAs) + SS (STEP)

    I'd be happy with anything better than or including AAABB/MU/12 (although the 2 in STEP would piss me off, because I need a double-1).
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    If I don't get my grades, going to do art at St martin's or somewhere; it's so much better, they see your work and if they like it you get an offer which isn't dependent on some bureaucratic machine.
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    anything below a C i will be absolutly gutted with
    thats an absolute worst case senario
    This.
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    AABBBBB and thus be just one off the AAA.

    I think I might actually cry. No, seriously. :sad:
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    Failing to get into either my firm or insurance.

    If I cant even argue myself in, life is over!
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    erm my worst case scenario would be ABB, because I had that already from my AS and January modules.
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    AAB with the B in Economics means I won't be going to uni.
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    i don't want to go throught clearing - i rather take a gap year & resit units.
    Is it possible to resit A2 units?
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    Anything less than a C. And more than one C.
 
 
 
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