I'm in a weird situation if anyone could maybe shine some light. I receive BCE ( math business and chemistry respectively) in A-levels which I understand is absolutely atrocious. But decided to take up a math foundation year at brunel in which I received an overall average of 80.5% and am now going to start a BSc Mathematics course at the University of York which I know isn't exactly a target university but considering I am doing pure math, hypothetically, if I were to receive say a first would I stand a chance at some of the smaller boutique IB or smaller IB's in general for internships and/or graduate schemes? Thanks :>
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- Thread Starter
- 11-09-2015 17:23
- 11-09-2015 22:11
Your A-levels dont meet the UCAS tariff points which most banks ask for.
- 12-09-2015 11:57
You can apply for the places what dont use a ucas point tarrif, BAML, RBS, Lazard and Greenhill have a UCAS filter. Apart from that make sure you submit a competitive application.