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    im just want to know what kind of ums is needed to get into different unis
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    My modules varied between 78 and 100, with most above 90, and I'm at Oxford doing maths.


    What are you aiming for?
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    My modules varied between 78 and 100, with most above 90, and I'm at Oxford doing maths.


    What are you aiming for?
    anything in the russel group, so far i got 94 and 89 in c1 and m1, but what about your other subjects do they have to be as high?
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    anything in the russel group, so far i got 94 and 89 in c1 and m1, but what about your other subjects do they have to be as high?
    I assume this is for a maths degree?

    That's more than fine for all Russel group universities, and good enough for Oxbridge, Imperial and Warwick if you keep getting those scores. In terms of other subjects;

    1. Most Russel group unis: Will just give offers based on grades and won't even see your module scores. The only thing to watch out for is A* offers, where you will need over 90 in specific modules.
    2. Imperial: Officially won't accept you with any maths module below 80 (though they have in the past bent this rule if you have something like STEP). Your additional subjects just need to meet the offer.
    3. Cambridge: Require STEP, and their average successful applicant has average UMS 95 or more, certainly in maths if not in everything, though I think they won't see your module scores for other subjects unless you put them in your personal statement.
    4. Oxford: No STEP, and more emphasis on the entrance exam or interview, so they are a bit more lenient with module scores, but they will still expect them to be high in general. Other subjects need to be good, but I think they won't see module scores other than maths.
    5. Durham: Specifically ask to see your maths module scores, but what they do with them nobody knows. Your additional subjects just need to meet the offer.
    6. Warwick: Require STEP. I'm not sure if they see your maths module scores, but they generally expect a high average. Your additional subjects just need to meet the offer.

    If you're doing a science degree other than maths, you will have to ask someone specifically, but if not I hope this helps.
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