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Which firms don't ask for specified UCAS points? watch

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    (Original post by danl88)
    I know of PwC and EY, but which other firms can you apply to if you fall short on UCAS points?

    Also, are any that offer extenuating circumstances, or offer leeway if you get a 1st?
    Goldman Sachs doesn't, neither do Deutsche Bank.

    Deloitte is:
    2:2 + 340
    2:1 + 320
    1st + 300


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    There are a lot of firms offering finance schemes that are looking for a 2:1 as a pose to UCAS points, lloyds banking group and the civil service fast stream come to mind
 
 
 
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