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What kind of gcse and a level grades are required for investment banking? I got really bad grades at gcse, will investment banks instantly reject me after seeing my gcse grades?
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I don't think GSCE's matter as long as you have AAB or better at A-levels.
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there's an a-level threshold - i think like 340 UCAS points for most banks, i believe that's AAB?

not sure if GCSE's matter as much (but they are asked for) - they will matter to get into target/semi-target universities which help alot with banking applications.
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(Original post by gr8wizard10)
there's an a-level threshold - i think like 340 UCAS points for most banks, i believe that's AAB?

not sure if GCSE's matter as much (but they are asked for) - they will matter to get into target/semi-target universities which help alot with banking applications.
Some unis dont care about gcses much as long as u get the good a levels.
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If you got bad GCSE’s....do you expect A-Levels to be easier?
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