Sorry if this has been mentioned before... just couldnt find it on the forums!
I finished my IB in May 2010, and JUST missed out on University... the guy on the phone said it was unfortunate because in previous years he would have let me in. I've therefore decided, in a bid to spice things up, to take intensive A-Levels (AS and A-LEVELS in one year)
I was wondering, with respect to re-applying, whether universities would regard this as a "second time" even though they are different qualifications? Also, if I just missed out with the IB, surely next year I won't get any offers for that... so should I mention it on UCAS? They'll know I've had 3 years in Level 3 education, so is it worth submitting the IB just for UCAS points?
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Re-applying With Ib And A-levels watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-09-2010 13:50
- PS Helper
- 26-09-2010 15:59
You have to mention the IB it is the UCAS rules, can I suggest doing slightly different subject for your A-levels so that it doesn't just look like you are repeating.