UCAS Points Watch
And if the website is asking for 104-112 but UCAS are asking for 112 and you end up with 104 will you not get onto the course?
By fail, do you mean a U? If so, a U grade is worth 0 UCAS points so wouldn't be much help.
If your offer is asking for 112 UCAS points; if you achieve the 112, you've met the conditions of your offer and will DEFINITELY have a place.
If you achieve less than the 112 points asked for, there's a chance you'll still be accepted onto your course, but it's certainly not definite. If they do not accept you, you'll be passed to your insurance choice and repeat. If you fail to achieve the conditions of your insurance, you'll be able to enter clearing.
My offer just says I need to achieve 112 UCAS points from GCE A levels doesn't specify any grades and a specific amount of A levels and by fails I mean D's and E's
If you get CCDD you will get 112 ucas points