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    Hi guys I'm new to this so bear with me!
    I have a conditional offer for Fashion Communication and Promotion at Norwich Uni of the Arts. I know that the entry requirements for NUA are BBB, but does anyone know if it's strictly by grades or if they do go by UCAS points? As in if I still got 300 points, but through ABC for example, is that fine? Or do they only want 3 Bs?
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    (Original post by Hannah Murray)
    Hi guys I'm new to this so bear with me!
    I have a conditional offer for Fashion Communication and Promotion at Norwich Uni of the Arts. I know that the entry requirements for NUA are BBB, but does anyone know if it's strictly by grades or if they do go by UCAS points? As in if I still got 300 points, but through ABC for example, is that fine? Or do they only want 3 Bs?
    Seems like they only want 3 bs otherwise the offer would have been in UCAS points
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    (Original post by Hannah Murray)
    Hi guys I'm new to this so bear with me!
    I have a conditional offer for Fashion Communication and Promotion at Norwich Uni of the Arts. I know that the entry requirements for NUA are BBB, but does anyone know if it's strictly by grades or if they do go by UCAS points? As in if I still got 300 points, but through ABC for example, is that fine? Or do they only want 3 Bs?
    If you achieve ABC for a BBB offer they *might* still give you a place. Especially if the C is in a less relevant subject.

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    (Original post by Hannah Murray)
    Hi guys I'm new to this so bear with me!
    I have a conditional offer for Fashion Communication and Promotion at Norwich Uni of the Arts. I know that the entry requirements for NUA are BBB, but does anyone know if it's strictly by grades or if they do go by UCAS points? As in if I still got 300 points, but through ABC for example, is that fine? Or do they only want 3 Bs?
    What does it say on *your* offer on UCAS track?

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    Hi all,

    Thanks for your patience in awaiting an reply from us. It's UCAS exhibition season (do you remember those?)

    Hannah Murray - as Origami Bullets mentioned, check your UCAS Track for the conditions of your offer. If it is BBB, then that is the condition that you need to meet. Like jneill mentions, we cannot then guarantee you a place but you may still be made an unconditional offer.

    At confirmation (A Level results day), we take all of the applications where the applicant has not met their conditions and they will go to a panel. Depending the number of successful applicants, we will look at how many spaces we have available for each course. If there are any spaces left, we will review each applicant who did not meet their conditions and look through their final grades and the notes from the interview (including notes on the portfolio) and may choose to offer you a place based on those.

    I hope that helps!

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