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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    You forgot: Citi, HSBC, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Lazard, Rothschild, JPMorgan. They all have UCAS point requirements.

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    What are these just for interest? Didn't know they actually stated them
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    (Original post by iBall)
    What are these just for interest? Didn't know they actually stated them
    To sift applicants.. 300-340 ucas points usually

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    (Original post by iBall)
    What are these just for interest? Didn't know they actually stated them
    Also this is old, I would say most banks are becoming less anal about them.

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    I was reading this; http://news.efinancialcareers.com/uk...tment-banking/

    EFC seems to use AS Levels in the calculation too
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Also this is old, I would say most banks are becoming less anal about them.

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    Right I see and are these from the top 3 a levels? As I've seen mixed calculations too
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    (Original post by iBall)
    I was reading this; http://news.efinancialcareers.com/uk...tment-banking/

    EFC seems to use AS Levels in the calculation too
    EFC aren't really the best to quote from.. If it were up to them, the people who get into banking every year from atypical backgrounds wouldn't.

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    (Original post by iBall)
    Right I see and are these from the top 3 a levels? As I've seen mixed calculations too
    Yes. or top 5 Highers for le Scottish

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    EFC aren't really the best to quote from.. If it were up to them, the people who get into banking every year from atypical backgrounds wouldn't.

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    Right so on my CV or other SW calculations, should I add the AS Levels to the UCAS points, I did 3 so not getting to add them would be mildly irritating haha
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    (Original post by iBall)
    Right so on my CV or other SW calculations, should I add the AS Levels to the UCAS points, I did 3 so not getting to add them would be mildly irritating haha
    Top 3 a levels bro. If, I believe JPM might, the drop down menu goes above 420 then yeah you could probably include dropped AS/extra A-levels.

    And it'll be in your application form. Don't put the ucas point number on your cv.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Top 3 a levels bro. If, I believe JPM might, the drop down menu goes above 420 then yeah you could probably include dropped AS/extra A-levels.

    And it'll be in your application form. Don't put the ucas point number on your cv.

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    Okay thanks bud
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    (Original post by justag)
    You got into Warwick with a C? Standards are slipping..

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    Since when did Warwick have high standards? They give offers to 80% of applicants, even for the courses they're supposed to be good for (econ, maths)
 
 
 
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