Australian University Requirements (GCE A LEVEL grades)? Watch

yellowflashdude
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What is the usual requirement for an engineering based undergraduate course? I have tried looking for them myself, but the websites often don't give it or it is too vague, like for example for my course, it states that I need a '11'.
I don't understand, like what a level grades (A's, B's etc) would I need to get in order to achieve the '11 A level points?
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(Original post by yellowflashdude)
What is the usual requirement for an engineering based undergraduate course? I have tried looking for them myself, but the websites often don't give it or it is too vague, like for example for my course, it states that I need a '11'.
I don't understand, like what a level grades (A's, B's etc) would I need to get in order to achieve the '11 A level points?
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The ATAR equivalency is calculated from results in three Advanced Level (A2) subjects, where A*=6 A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1. Up to two Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level results may be included and will be calculated based on A=2.5, B=2, C=1.5, D=1, E=0.5.
The "11" is the ATAR equivalent score. So, 11 would be something like BBC.
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^ i Think you got the right answer.Don't you?
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What do you need in UK points to study nursing in Australia
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(Original post by Laurynxxxx)
What do you need in UK points to study nursing in Australia
If memory serves its BBB but it can varies between universities
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An aggregate score of 10 from General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced (A) Level and Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level subjects including at least two A Level pass subjects.A Level and AS Level qualifications issued by: Pearson/Edexcel; Cambridge/CIE; AQA; CEA; OCR; WJEC.Aggregate is calculated based on the best three A Levels. AS Levels can be included and are counted as half of an A Level.A*=6, A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, U=0 for A Level subjects; andA(a)=2.5, B(b)=2, C(c)=1.5, D(d)=1, E(e)=0.5, U=0 for AS Level subjects.

-Can anyone help me interpret what this means in terms of calculating the aggregate? This is for QUT. -
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Would anyone know what the GCE A level requirements be if the ATAR score is "98"??
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