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    Right, so I'm just heading on to the last module of my HNC Accounting Technician course and the thing I'm stuck at right now is that since I'm planning to move back to london to a uni there, I'm just confused with the entry requirements bit. What bit of the entry requirements do i check (assuming id finish my HNC with full credits) apart from the A levels as i want my HNC to add to my A levels too. Im doing 4 modules each carrying 30 credits so i wanna know if its good enough for a decent uni as i have no idea how credit system works. Some help regarding my confusion would be greatly appreciated as i have next to no clue on this and have been stuck on this for a while now. Thank you in advance.
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    (Original post by gohilpriiyank)
    I'm just heading on to the last module of my HNC Accounting Technician course and the thing I'm stuck at right now is that since I'm planning to move back to london to a uni there, I'm just confused with the entry requirements bit. What bit of the entry requirements do i check (assuming id finish my HNC with full credits) apart from the A levels as i want my HNC to add to my levels too. Im doing 4 modules each carrying 30 credits so i wanna know if its good enough for a decent uni as i have no idea how credit system works. Some help regarding my confusion would be greatly appreciated as i have next to no clue on this and have been stuck on this for a while now. Thank you in advance.
    It means you have 120 credits which equates to the equivalent of a 1st year of university, contact each university directly to ask about entry requirements as they may not list them on their website for a HNC
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    Thanks for your answer. So i'd have to contact each university directly about the entry requirements id have to meet in my HNC to get a place? Because i was thinking of applyin/want to apply through UCAS but I'm guessing UCAS would be of no use if id have to contact them directly. Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by gohilpriiyank)
    Thanks for your answer. So i'd have to contact each university directly about the entry requirements id have to meet in my HNC to get a place? Because i was thinking of applyin/want to apply through UCAS but I'm guessing UCAS would be of no use if id have to contact them directly. Thanks in advance
    Yes you do contact them directly, the university may request you put in a UCAS application though.
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    Yes you do contact them directly, the university may request you put in a UCAS application though.
    Right, okay got it. Thanks. Just wondering though, would i still be able to put in 5 choices like you'd normally? Just as a mean to have back ups incase the interview or something that goes wrong.
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    (Original post by gohilpriiyank)
    Right, okay got it. Thanks. Just wondering though, would i still be able to put in 5 choices like you'd normally? Just as a mean to have back ups incase the interview or something that goes wrong.
    Yes you should be able to
 
 
 
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