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    I am in my final year of study at Coventry University and I'm looking at doing an MSC in supply chain and logistics management at Warwick. I am currently working at and expecting to get, a first in my degree and I did a placement year in supply chain management in America so I think I'm quite a good candidate, however I'm really worried about my A-levels.. I got an A and two Cs at A level and I know that Warwick request a minimum of ABB to get onto their undergraduate programs. For this particular course you need a minimum of a 2:2 and it says nothing about A level results, do you think I could get in or will they reject me because of it?

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    yes, you'll easily get into the course at warwick.
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    (Original post by Polly_xx)
    I am in my final year of study at Coventry University and I'm looking at doing an MSC in supply chain and logistics management at Warwick. I am currently working at and expecting to get, a first in my degree and I did a placement year in supply chain management in America so I think I'm quite a good candidate, however I'm really worried about my A-levels.. I got an A and two Cs at A level and I know that Warwick request a minimum of ABB to get onto their undergraduate programs. For this particular course you need a minimum of a 2:2 and it says nothing about A level results, do you think I could get in or will they reject me because of it?

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    Your A levels become meaningless when you go to university; at least as far as you are concerned, with respect to postgraduate applications. I had abyssal A level grades, went to a far worse polytechnic than you, and I am now at Bristol for my masters. Not one of my postgraduate options asked for A level grades and all but one gave me a conditional offer of 2.1.

    Do not worry about it!
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    It doesn't matter where you went for your undergrad degree. If you're on track for a first, you should have a good chance of meeting the entrance requirements.
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    I'd say go for it I'm at Notts Trent now, and hoping to go to KCL for my masters!
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    As long as you get a 2:1 (preferably a first) and the rest of your application is good you stand a good chance (though I'm not sure how competitive that course is)
 
 
 
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