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    Really need some help. After finally deciding what I want to do with my life I'm being knocked back because of my ucas points. In 2007 I obtained DDM in level 3 btec national certificate in travel and tourism. I'm being told that the btec's changed after I left and now my grades are worth less if anything at all. Nobody can find how many points I have.
    Does anybody know?
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    (Original post by Natalie beech)
    Hi all

    Really need some help. After finally deciding what I want to do with my life I'm being knocked back because of my ucas points. In 2007 I obtained DDM in level 3 btec national certificate in travel and tourism. I'm being told that the btec's changed after I left and now my grades are worth less if anything at all. Nobody can find how many points I have.
    Does anybody know?
    If you got DDM then you likely got a diploma not a certificate: https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...ff-tables/1171

    A certificate is only worth 2 A levels, a diploma worth 3.
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    Ddm = 320 ucas pts
 
 
 

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