I have recently received my A Level results and was not too happy with them unfortunately. So what I have decided to do to improve my UCAS points for next years university applications is to do 1 intensive A level in English language.
Firstly I had an initial idea of now doing any A levels again and going for an access course to improve my UCAS points and add them on to my existing A level qualifications.
Question 1: I will be 19 in december but access courses require you to be 19, would I find it almost impossible to gain a place onto one?
Question 2: If I do get a place in an access course would I be able to use that access course qualifications and link them with my previous A level qualifications? Would Universities allow this? And also, so universities frown upon this in any way or form? Because If I do an access course, the max UCAS points you get get from it is 340, and I already have 240, and If I add it on, would that give me a good chance of entering a good University?
Access courses at the age of 18. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 17-08-2013 00:32