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Hi everyone, so I am applying to the Navy and I need 72 UCAS points but I don't have 2 years to do my a levels. What would be the best way to get those points? And they will accept predicted results so I may be able to apply on predicted and then do fast track a level. And I am a qualified toolmaker so will that count for anything?
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Hi everyone, so I am applying to the Navy and I need 72 UCAS points but I don't have 2 years to do my a levels. What would be the best way to get those points? And they will accept predicted results so I may be able to apply on predicted and then do fast track a level. And I am a qualified toolmaker so will that count for anything?
Hey! I suggest do some exams like performing arts related e.g. ABRSM Grades 6-8, Lamda Public Speaking etc. If you know them well and good at it, you could get easy UCAS points.
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Thanks so much for the reply, unfortunately I have no knowledge of the performing arts or anything like that. If there was a Marvel A level I'd get 100% but that's about it. I see oxford online college offers fast track a levels and predicted grades, would it be worth my while to do the predicted grades route first? I need to get my application in to the navy within the next year so time is very tight for me on this.
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