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    hey yas! im new here. and im wondering about the UCAS tarrif points. for my PR course i will need 320 UCAS points. but i don't know what marks that would be for german graduation "A-LEVELS".
    does anyone know something about the UCAS points and the german marks?

    I'd be really please with every reply.:yep:

    Thanx
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    It seems that there is not a tariff table for the German abitur (I take you are doing this because of the quotation marks? ).

    http://www.ucas.ac.uk/students/ucas_...qualifications

    Ask the uni.

    Good luck.
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    i dont know how to convert to ucas points, but im from Belfast in Northern Ireland and Id be more than happy to answer any questions you have about the place or the university
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    Ask the Uni - I had the same problem and after writing them an e-mail they came back to me with their requirements "translated" for our Abitur. However, they are generally not interested in your overall mark. Eg a 1.9 is not doing you any good, the unis are interested in the marks you've got in your written Abitur (Schriftliche Prüfung). So basically I had a 1.9 overall but my requirements were AAB in the 3 written tests.

    Hope that helps and please feel free to quote me if you have any other question!
 
 
 
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