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    What grades would you need to get 200 points (or minimum of 160 points) for your A levels?

    And also, which grades are counted for the UCAS points- your AS or A2 or both?
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    (Original post by mithili02)
    What grades would you need to get 200 points (or minimum of 160 points) for your A levels?

    And also, which grades are counted for the UCAS points- your AS or A2 or both?
    The new UCAS tariff tables for courses starting from September 2017 can be found on the UCAS web site
    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...te-tariff-2017
    They are quite different from those that they replace and coupled with A level reforms most universities have published new entry requirements for courses next year. Make sure you are planning with current information.
    If you complete a full A level in a subject only the points from the full A level are counted. You only the count the points for AS if you don't go on to complete the A level. You should note that most points offers have other conditions than just the number of points.


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    lets say i get a b in economics and an a in a2 how many points is that?
    is that only the a2 points or both combined. i am doing the new reformed exams
    (Original post by gdunne42)
    The new UCAS tariff tables for courses starting from September 2017 can be found on the UCAS web site
    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...te-tariff-2017
    They are quite different from those that they replace and coupled with A level reforms most universities have published new entry requirements for courses next year. Make sure you are planning with current information.
    If you complete a full A level in a subject only the points from the full A level are counted. You only the count the points for AS if you don't go on to complete the A level. You should note that most points offers have other conditions than just the number of points.


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    (Original post by zainyyyyy)
    lets say i get a b in economics and an a in a2 how many points is that?
    is that only the a2 points or both combined. i am doing the new reformed exams
    Only the points for the full A level would count.


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