The course I want to do in 2017 asks for 112 ucas points. I already have 48 points ( an a grade) from wbq and I worked out that I would need 3 d's at a level (1 d is 24 points) to do the course. Say I got the 3 d's so I have enough ucas points to do the course can they still not offer me the place because the grades weren't very high even though I had the ucas points?
Do unis look at grades when they ask for ucas points? Watch
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- 26-08-2016 12:36
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- 28-08-2016 14:03
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