Ucas tarrif points help

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    So the course and uni i want to go to require me to have 112 tarriff points, at AS, I got a grade D and M2.. with total 'points' of 205 - i don't know if this is UCAS points or what but if someone could tell me how to calculate tarriff points from that it would be greatly appreciated. thanks
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    do you mean as in DM btec grades?
    (Original post by KHARKU)
    So the course and uni i want to go to require me to have 112 tarriff points, at AS, I got a grade D and M2.. with total 'points' of 205 - i don't know if this is UCAS points or what but if someone could tell me how to calculate tarriff points from that it would be greatly appreciated. thanks
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    do you mean as in DM btec grades?
    no i got a D in government and politics AS with total points 90
    and an M2 in global perspectives (PREU/SC instead of GCE/ASB) with total points 115
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    (Original post by KHARKU)
    So the course and uni i want to go to require me to have 112 tarriff points, at AS, I got a grade D and M2.. with total 'points' of 205 - i don't know if this is UCAS points or what but if someone could tell me how to calculate tarriff points from that it would be greatly appreciated. thanks
    There is a new points system for 2017 applications.
    Everything you need to know about points is on the UCAS web site here
    https://www.ucas.com/advisers/guides...es/tariff-2017

    An AS grade D is worth 10 points.
    A full pre-U M2 is worth 40, or is it just a short course?

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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    There is a new points system for 2017 applications.
    Everything you need to know about points is on the UCAS web site here
    https://www.ucas.com/advisers/guides...es/tariff-2017

    An AS grade D is worth 10 points.
    A full pre-U M2 is worth 40, or is it just a short course?

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    yeah it was full course, thanks so much, with my current predicted grades i should be able to get 112 ucas tariff points..
 
 
 
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