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    What is a hnd and where do you get it because I have been looking at uni courses and the third year always seems to have hnd in the entry requirements. Do you get the hnd after your first two years or what? Also when do you actually achieve your for example BA IN whatever subject? Is it at the end of the whole four years studying it. Thanks.
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    What is a hnd and where do you get it because I have been looking at uni courses and the third year always seems to have hnd in the entry requirements. Do you get the hnd after your first two years or what? Also when do you actually achieve your for example BA IN whatever subject? Is it at the end of the whole four years studying it. Thanks.
    A HND is meant to be the equivalent of the first two years of University. Therefore if you wanted to get straight entry into the third year you could use this. If you are already at the university you will automatically go to the third year, you don't need this.
 
 
 
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