5 Things To Do If Your Results Didn’t Meet College Requirements

So, your exams didn’t go as planned and you haven’t met your college requirements?

It’s a common myth that US universities don’t rescind offers. But they can if your grades are significantly lower than your predicted grades.

Here are some things you can do:

1) Explain your grades. US universities allow applicants to explain their grades. Here, you would want to give a detailed explanation and get a good letter of recommendation from a counsellor who can vouch for you.
We’ve helped many of our clients get into top colleges like Stanford and Brown by doing this.

2) Some universities may still admit you if you agree to certain academic conditions.

3) Defer your admission. Ask the university to defer your admission so that you can retake your exams and get the required grades.

4) Check the NACAC college openings to find out which colleges still have open positions and consider applying there. The College Openings Update is a valuable resource for students as it lists colleges that are still accepting applications. The listing is updated daily, so students can check back frequently to see if any new colleges have been added.

5) Apply for UK clearing. In 2022, a record number of students secured a university place through Clearing according to UCAS figures – a total of 33,280. So, there’s a decent chance of finding something!

Don’t give up! There are still ways to get into your dream college, even if your grades didn’t go as planned.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help.

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