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    I am considering applying to Warwick University for an Economics Degree.
    On the 'Which University?' website it states that the entry requirements is A*AA and also 152 tariff points?

    Surely 152 tariff points is equal to ABB under the new UCAS Tariff system whereby an A = 56 and a B = 48...

    Also, how many of you received revised offers from Warwick, e.g. from A*AA to AAA or AAB or ABB?
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    (Original post by Nuxe)
    I am considering applying to Warwick University for an Economics Degree.
    On the 'Which University?' website it states that the entry requirements is A*AA and also 152 tariff points?

    Surely 152 tariff points is equal to ABB under the new UCAS Tariff system whereby an A = 56 and a B = 48...

    Also, how many of you received revised offers from Warwick, e.g. from A*AA to AAA or AAB or ABB?
    The UCAS points "guide" from Which is based on the qualifications of students ADMITTED onto the course. Offers may well have been much higher but if you're likely to achieve above 152 then it's worthwhile applying (but make sure you have some good insurance options because there's no guarantees).
 
 
 
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