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    Hi, I am currently on a gap year in australia. I got my A levels the results day just gone and I didnt do great, I got 220 points from Music, chem, phys and general studies, 160 without general studies. I would really like to do criminology and psychology, which requires 220 points, at anglia ruskin but im not sure if I can use all four (I think it accepts general studies, so thats not a problem). I guess what im asking is will any university let me use 4 A levels to get the necessary points or will they only take 3? Please help, I am really stuck :confused: ! thanks
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    Hi, I am currently on a gap year in australia. I got my A levels the results day just gone and I didnt do great, I got 220 points from Music, chem, phys and general studies, 160 without general studies. I would really like to do criminology and psychology, which requires 220 points, at anglia ruskin but im not sure if I can use all four (I think it accepts general studies, so thats not a problem). I guess what im asking is will any university let me use 4 A levels to get the necessary points or will they only take 3? Please help, I am really stuck ! thanks
    You can count any qualifications the uni is prepared to accept towards your points total, so unless the uni specifies that its points requirement must come from a maximum number of A levels, or specifically excludes General Studies, you'll able to include them all. So, if Anglia Ruskin's entry requirements for the course in question do not explicitly exclude General Studies, it is certainly worth applying.
 
 
 
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