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For Morgan Stanley's insight programme this year, one of the requirements is 320 UCAS points: https://www.efinancialcareers.com/jo...medium=organic
How is this even possible? I don't know if UCAS points have changed recently or something, but even with 3 A* and an AS level it's only 188 UCAS points.
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Yes I think UCAS points system changed about a year ago, they might be referring to the old UCAS points when there mention 320 UCAS points. Try and email the recruitment team regarding this error.
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320 refers to the old system - just find something that converts old UCAS to the new system.
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ok thanks guys turns out I do have enough UCAS points then!
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For anyone that is unsure, the old system is as follows:

A-Levels:
A* - 140 points
A - 120
B - 100
C - 80
D - 60
E - 40

320 UCAS points would be ABB or equivalent. (e.g. AAC, A*BC etc.)
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