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Can A*AC be equivalent to AAB? (Economics)

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    Im in Year 12 at the moment, but I have been looking at a few University courses and a lot of the ones I am interested in (Economics) ask for AAB.

    However, I don't know I will be able to achieve a B grade in Maths A Level, but I think an A* in Economics would be possible!

    So can A*AC be equivalent to AAB?

    Thank you in advance!
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    Email the uni's you want to apply to, some will be ok with A*AC, others won't
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    (Original post by Helloworld_95)
    Email the uni's you want to apply to, some will be ok with A*AC, others won't
    Thank you for the reply! I haven't thought of doing that!
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    (Original post by CLARA_)
    Im in Year 12 at the moment, but I have been looking at a few University courses and a lot of the ones I am interested in (Economics) ask for AAB.

    However, I don't know I will be able to achieve a B grade in Maths A Level, but I think an A* in Economics would be possible!

    So can A*AC be equivalent to AAB?

    Thank you in advance!
    It's possible for Universities that look at UCAS points, but I think you'll need to talk to the Universities which only look at grades
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    (Original post by Politricks)
    It's possible for Universities that look at UCAS points, but I think you'll need to talk to the Universities which only look at grades
    Okay, thank you. I've decided I will start emailing the departments tomorrow
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    For Universities that deal in Grades only they very likely won't, if they use UCAS points I would have thought they would.

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