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# What are UCAS tariff points? How many do i have? Thanks for clicking! watch

Bio: C
Phys: B
Chem: D
Maths AS: B
Maths A2: C

What do these convert to? I'm not being lazy...
b=50POINTS
c=40
d=30?

So what happens to my A2 math if i have 170 points at AS in total?

Thank you!
2. http://www.ucas.com/students/ucas_tariff/tarifftables/ look it up yourself.
3. My predicted grades are BBC
4. So UCAS points have nothing to do with predictions?
OK...
Even if i did A2 a year early?
5. That means i have 300 points, no?
6. you currently have 200 points
you cant count the maths AS and A2
only the A2
7. (Original post by ameliachoc)
That means i have 300 points, no?
An A at A-level is 120 points, B is 100, C is 80 (and so on).

For AS then half the equivalent score (eg. A at AS is 60 points).

If you've carried a subject through to the full A-level then you only receive a score the what you've achieved at the end of the A-level (A2). You don't add the AS score and the score for the full A-level.

So in your case, you have a C in A-level Maths? This is 80 points (a C at A-level is 80 points) and NOT 130 points (50 AS + 80 A2).

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