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    Could somebody please explain to me how UCAS points are considered when universities send out offers.
    Currently have 4 Scottish highers grade B.
    Studying 3 A2 LEVELS .
    Conditional offers of 260 points with grade c in biology and 280 points from another.

    Now what would you say i need to get to fulfill this criteria.

    Thanks in advance
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    Scottish highers at a B are 65 points each so 260 points

    and here is the one for a2

    A2 Points
    A* 140
    A 120
    B 100
    C 80
    D 60
    -- 50
    E 40


    all the info you need is on the ucas website here-

    http://www.ucas.com/students/ucas_tariff/tarifftables/

    hope this helped
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    Thanks for that - trying to work out that if i already have 260 points from highers would a2's count as well or would they be instead
    ie only need to get c in biology to meet conditional offer or do i need 260 points from a2 levels
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    (Original post by colinfifi)
    Thanks for that - trying to work out that if i already have 260 points from highers would a2's count as well or would they be instead
    ie only need to get c in biology to meet conditional offer or do i need 260 points from a2 levels
    they would count as well as your highers
 
 
 
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