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    My uni offer is 300 UCAS points including two passes at A-level.
    I have taken one BTEC and 3 A-levels but I'm worried I'm going to fail maths. Will this matter? Will they still take me in if I meet the UCAS points without getting at least an E in Maths?

    This might be a dumb question but I'm starting to panic.
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    An E is still a pass in A levels I believe so if you meet the 300 points and get above U then you'll be fine


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    (Original post by Limerence.)
    An E is still a pass in A levels I believe so if you meet the 300 points and get above U then you'll be fine


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    I'm just wondering if worst comes to worst and I do get a U in maths, could i still be accepted with my BTEC and my other 2 A-levels?
 
 
 
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