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    What grades would I need to get to do a degree in ict btw I'm doing btec level 3 I'm in my first year
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    Firstly, ICT isn't really a subject offered as a degree usually it will be called ITMB, Information Management or similar, personally I think Computer Science is a far better choice and more employable

    In terms of what grades you need that totally depends on what standard of university you go to, literally can range anything from PPP-D*D*D* in your BTEC of course the better unis require higher grades.

    I got D*D*D* in my IT BTEC Level 3 and am now in my third year of Computer Science at Royal Holloway to get in i was required to get DDD (triple distinction)

    Hope this helps
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    (Original post by yt7777)
    Firstly, ICT isn't really a subject offered as a degree usually it will be called ITMB, Information Management or similar, personally I think Computer Science is a far better choice and more employable

    In terms of what grades you need that totally depends on what standard of university you go to, literally can range anything from PPP-D*D*D* in your BTEC of course the better unis require higher grades.

    I got D*D*D* in my IT BTEC Level 3 and am now in my third year of Computer Science at Royal Holloway to get in i was required to get DDD (triple distinction)

    Hope this helps
    Yh I've only started I'm like a week in is it really hard to get what you got.
    When I was getting enrolled I didn't even wanna do btec but because I didn't get a grade b I had to do it but I'm presuming a levels are much better obviously
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    (Original post by Westhamfan40)
    Yh I've only started I'm like a week in is it really hard to get what you got.
    When I was getting enrolled I didn't even wanna do btec but because I didn't get a grade b I had to do it but I'm presuming a levels are much better obviously
    Well i worked really hard and but there are only a few unis that require D*D*D*, you can get into most with DDD which is a bit easier to obtain.

    Personally, if you want a career in IT I think the BTEC is much better than A levels in similar subjects, i have recently completed a placement and at my interview they were very impressed with the range of modules that i did on the BTEC

    Do you need anymore advice on what degrees you can do?
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    (Original post by yt7777)
    Well i worked really hard and but there are only a few unis that require D*D*D*, you can get into most with DDD which is a bit easier to obtain.

    Personally, if you want a career in IT I think the BTEC is much better than A levels in similar subjects, i have recently completed a placement and at my interview they were very impressed with the range of modules that i did on the BTEC

    Do you need anymore advice on what degrees you can do?
    Well i want to do computer science like you but i just hope i get all distinction because it give you many more oppurtunites
 
 
 
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