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    Many top law firms require students to have 340 UCAS points at A Level - how many points in the IB is this equivalent to? Considering a full score of 45/45, one would still not have 340 points - what vital point is it that I am missing here?
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    Have you tried using the UCAS calc?

    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...iff/calculator
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    (Original post by NotKidding)
    Have you tried using the UCAS calc?

    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...iff/calculator
    Yes, and even with a full score (45/45) it is not possible to achieve those points...
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    UCAS changed their Tariff system for this year's university intake. It used to be very possible for someone to get 340 UCAS points in the IB with 45/45 being 720. But this year it changed. My score used to give me that much but now I get under 200.
 
 
 
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