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Are these qualifications worth UCAS points?

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    I'm trying to work out how many UCAS points I have, are any of these worth UCAS points, I done them in year 11.

    • OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT (distinction)
    • OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in Media (distinction)
    • EDI Level 2 Certificate in Adult Numeracy
    • EDI Level 2 Certificate in Adult Literacy
    • ASDAN Level 2 Key Skills in Problem Solving
    • ASDAN Level 2 Key Skills in Improving Own Learning and Performance
    • ASDAN Level 2 Key Skills in Working With Others


    Thanks!
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    Google is your friend.

    http://www.ucas.com/students/ucas_tariff/tarifftables/
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    Hi LouboutinLove. I did find that already but still not completely sure, is there a difference between a National First Certificate and a National Certificate?
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    (Original post by charliebobgordon)
    I'm trying to work out how many UCAS points I have, are any of these worth UCAS points, I done them in year 11.

    • OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in ICT (distinction)
    • OCR Level 2 National First Certificate in Media (distinction)
    • EDI Level 2 Certificate in Adult Numeracy
    • EDI Level 2 Certificate in Adult Literacy
    • ASDAN Level 2 Key Skills in Problem Solving
    • ASDAN Level 2 Key Skills in Improving Own Learning and Performance
    • ASDAN Level 2 Key Skills in Working With Others


    Thanks!
    I don't believe they do, as level 2 are supposed to be the equivalent of gcse.
    Level 3's are the ones that count as ucas points.
    Also uni's in most cases apart from a few and certain courses, will generally give you a conditional based on a certain amount of qualifications.

    Read her reply below, for more clarification

    (Original post by LouboutinLove)
    Google is your friend.

    http://www.ucas.com/students/ucas_tariff/tarifftables/
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    Hi Iqbal007, I see OCR nationals on there but is there a difference between a National First Certificate and a National Certificate?
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    Does anybody have any further information on this?

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