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# Lowest grades I could get? Watch

1. I have a conditional offer for September to obtain a minimum of 260 Ucas points. Points are to be obtained from at least 2 GCE A Levels. If I obtained a D in A level German and a D in AS level psychology, what would be the lowest possible grades I could obtain in my other two subjects in order to get into uni? Thank you

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2. 4 A*s at a2
3. http://www.ucas.com/how-it-all-works.../tariff-tables

Hope this helps.
4. (Original post by mollyx)
I have a conditional offer for September to obtain a minimum of 260 Ucas points. Points are to be obtained from at least 2 GCE A Levels. If I obtained a D in A level German and a D in AS level psychology, what would be the lowest possible grades I could obtain in my other two subjects in order to get into uni? Thank you

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260 - 90 = 170, so you'd need 170 points worth in 2 remaining A-Levels
5. (Original post by Mr Inquisitive)
260 - 90 = 170, so you'd need 170 points worth in 2 remaining A-Levels
So I could get a C and a B? thank you

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6. (Original post by mollyx)
So I could get a C and a B? thank you

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That would work, yep. No problem
7. (Original post by Mr Inquisitive)
That would work, yep. No problem
Could you also get 2 Ds at A2, a D at AS and an A at A2. Would that work?

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8. (Original post by mollyx)
Could you also get 2 Ds at A2, a D at AS and an A at A2. Would that work?

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60 + 60 + 30 + 120 = 270, so yep
9. (Original post by Mr Inquisitive)
60 + 60 + 30 + 120 = 270, so yep
Thank you! I get the 260 ucas points bit but then 'points are to be obtained from at least 2 A levels' confuses me

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10. (Original post by mollyx)
Thank you! I get the 260 ucas points bit but then 'points are to be obtained from at least 2 A levels' confuses me

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As long as you have two A-Levels that contribute to the 260, then you should be good to go (as far as I understand the points system)

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