How many subjects do you need to get into most uni's? (Fm Gen. Chat - THINK Campaign)

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Because I’m in sixth form, taking AVCE double award ICT, and AVCE double award health and social (worth four A-levels at end of two years). And I have no extra room for any more subjects. Both my courses are two years long, and I really want to go to uni, but my teacher said I might need another subject?

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Its tricky, normally 3 A levels and sometimes an AS, but if you want to go to a top uni then you'll have problems because some dont like AVCEs, if in doubt email the deptment your interested in and ask them what they think
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(Original post by Hayley_2k4)
Because I?m in sixth form, taking AVCE double award ICT, and AVCE double award health and social (worth four A-levels at end of two years). And I have no extra room for any more subjects. Both my courses are two years long, and I really want to go to uni, but my teacher said I might need another subject?

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In my opinion, this is sufficient. However, it depends on the uni and you should check places you're interested in for typical offers.

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(Original post by Hayley_2k4)
Because I’m in sixth form, taking AVCE double award ICT, and AVCE double award health and social (worth four A-levels at end of two years). And I have no extra room for any more subjects. Both my courses are two years long, and I really want to go to uni, but my teacher said I might need another subject?

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Unis often have specific policies on AVCEs, so contact admissions tutors to check.
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