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    Do you know which companies require first sitting for A-Levels?
    If so which ones care and don't care?
    Please note, that we only consider a candidate's 'top' 3 A-level grades and do not accept General Studies.
    Someone told me this implies first sitting, anyone have any knowledge they could tell me?

    Thanks.
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    Do you mean universities?
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    Usually firms will only accept first sitting grades, but obviously there are exceptions. It's impossible to compile a list - just search the entry requirements of said firm, see whether they clarify anything on their website and if not contact the graduate recruitment team


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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Do you mean universities?
    no, companies.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    no, companies.

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    What the highest grade a company has as a requirement? I've seen AAB somewhere I think, have you seen higher?
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    What the highest grade a company has as a requirement? I've seen AAB somewhere I think, have you seen higher?
    AAA at certain law firms and 360 ucas points for front office roles at RBS.

    TPP has an A*AA min requirement for the software dev role too, which I find stupid but oh well.

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    AAA at certain law firms and 360 ucas points for front office roles at RBS.

    TPP has an A*AA min requirement for the software dev role too, which I find stupid but oh well.

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    What's 360 ucas points in A levels?
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    What's 360 ucas points in A levels?
    AAA, A*AB, A*A*C etc

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    What's 360 ucas points in A levels?
    AAA
 
 
 
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