AS Level acceptable only when combined with other qualifications Watch

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From what I understand, this means that as long as you have some A levels in addition to the AS levels, the AS levels would be counted, but the question is how many A levels do you need for them to count the extra AS level points too.

I have 2 full A levels and 3 AS levels, would this be enough for them to count the AS level UCAS points too?

I hope that makes sense :/

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You really need to post the exact offer conditions if you want a definitive answer to what you need :yes: Basically it means that you can't meet the offer with just AS levels, so for example, if your offer was 300 points but you just did 6 AS levels and got a B in all of them, that wouldn't meet the conditions.

I have 2 full A levels and 3 AS levels, would this be enough for them to count the AS level UCAS points too?
Very likely - but again, can't be 100% sure without knowing the exact offer conditions
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On the ucas course details page it should say a minimum amount of a-levels that they accept. This should help answer your question.
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