Does the welsh baccalaureate count as a grade through adjustment(and clearing)?

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If I had for example an offer of BCC as my firm but achieved ACD in my A levels along with an A in the welsh bacc. As not all universities accept the welsh bacc. as equivalent to an A level (most do and accept it as an A), would I still be able to enter adjustment?
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(Original post by JellyFish3DFX)
If I had for example an offer of BCC as my firm but achieved ACD in my A levels along with an A in the welsh bacc. As not all universities accept the welsh bacc. as equivalent to an A level (most do and accept it as an A), would I still be able to enter adjustment?
Nope, you have to exceed your firm offer and if that didnt include welsh bac then you wont have exceeded it.
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OK thanks. Just to confirm then, if my firm did accept the welsh bacc. and I achieved A(welsh bacc.)ACD, would I be eligible to enter clearing? Thanks!
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