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    Hi I was wondering if anyone can help me?

    I'm trying sort out my qualifications etc ready to hopefully apply for uni for next year.

    My a-levels weren't the greatest as back then I really wasn't clear on what I wanted to do etc, I now have clear directions so a couple of years ago I applied to Open Uni to try and boost my qualifications while my children were young ready to apply to a brick uni once they were older

    I have completed 1 level 1 module worth 60 credits, 1 level 2 module worth 60 credits and 2 level 2 modules worth 30 credits

    Does anyone know what these would be worth in terms of ucas?

    Thank you
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    Hi I was wondering if anyone can help me?

    I'm trying sort out my qualifications etc ready to hopefully apply for uni for next year.

    My a-levels weren't the greatest as back then I really wasn't clear on what I wanted to do etc, I now have clear directions so a couple of years ago I applied to Open Uni to try and boost my qualifications while my children were young ready to apply to a brick uni once they were older

    I have completed 1 level 1 module worth 60 credits, 1 level 2 module worth 60 credits and 2 level 2 modules worth 30 credits

    Does anyone know what these would be worth in terms of ucas?

    Thank you
    They don't have ucas points. That's not because they're not valuable, but just because ucas points are only given to a limited set of qualifications.

    Unis will accept them, but you'll need to contact unis individually to see whether you can get on the course you want. You'll have most chance of being accepted if the subjects are similar
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    They don't have ucas points. That's not because they're not valuable, but just because ucas points are only given to a limited set of qualifications.

    Unis will accept them, but you'll need to contact unis individually to see whether you can get on the course you want. You'll have most chance of being accepted if the subjects are similar
    Hi thanks for your help, so would you suggest mentioning them in my personal statement?

    and yes they are similar subjects
 
 
 
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