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    this is oxford brookes entry requirements for film studies..

    Typical offers
    BBC at A-level.
    International Baccalaureate 30 points.
    Advanced Diploma at grade B, including A-level at grade C.
    AS-levels will be recognised in place of a maximum of 1 A-level; may include 12-unit Vocational A-level.
    Other A-level equivalent qualifications will be considered


    i got an offer for BBB.
    but in my third subject, i don't think that i'll get a B, so looking at the list above it says something about as levels in place of an a2.

    so if i only achieve a C in a2, would i be able to have an as level in replacement of it? and would it have to be the same subject?

    im confused thank you.
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    You'd have to have two AS levels to make a whole A level, both at the same grade, in your instance grade B.
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    (Original post by teukiechul)
    this is oxford brookes entry requirements for film studies..

    Typical offers
    BBC at A-level.
    International Baccalaureate 30 points.
    Advanced Diploma at grade B, including A-level at grade C.
    AS-levels will be recognised in place of a maximum of 1 A-level; may include 12-unit Vocational A-level.
    Other A-level equivalent qualifications will be considered


    i got an offer for BBB.
    but in my third subject, i don't think that i'll get a B, so looking at the list above it says something about as levels in place of an a2.

    so if i only achieve a C in a2, would i be able to have an as level in replacement of it? and would it have to be the same subject?

    im confused thank you.
    What you have there are two different things. One is the typical requirement and one is the offer that you have actually been given. Unless your individual offer says that you may substitute an A-level for an AS level then you need to get BBB or risk losing your place. They may decide to take you anyway if you met their typical offer but they would by no means have to.
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    (Original post by teukiechul)
    this is oxford brookes entry requirements for film studies..

    Typical offers
    BBC at A-level.
    International Baccalaureate 30 points.
    Advanced Diploma at grade B, including A-level at grade C.
    AS-levels will be recognised in place of a maximum of 1 A-level; may include 12-unit Vocational A-level.
    Other A-level equivalent qualifications will be considered


    i got an offer for BBB.
    but in my third subject, i don't think that i'll get a B, so looking at the list above it says something about as levels in place of an a2.

    so if i only achieve a C in a2, would i be able to have an as level in replacement of it? and would it have to be the same subject?

    im confused thank you.
    Interesting.. I actually got an offer for your exact course, but my conditions were BBC. Although it isn't my top choice, I can tell you that there will be at least one person not snatching up a place! (Me!).

    I think you'll probably get accepted, just because they state BBC as typical offers, such as mine. Not sure why they made you achieve BBB, perhaps a lack of experience? (I am of course just theorising, your statement could've been a lot better than mine!). But I hope you get in!
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    (Original post by Russian Roulette)
    You'd have to have two AS levels to make a whole A level, both at the same grade, in your instance grade B.
    ahhh thank you!
 
 
 
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