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Hi, with covid ******* everything up Im now looking into possibly starting uni next September. From what I can see most unis websites say they require something like a min of 96 points. I got CCE giving 80 points. It's my understanding that potentially this could be enough to get me into some Uni after clearing whatever that is. So in summary, is 80 likely to be enough? Any answers/advice much appreciated.
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Hi, have a look on whatuni, you can search for courses you're interested in and then select 'enter grades' and it will show which you meet the requirements of: https://www.whatuni.com/degrees/courses/ I believe 96-120 UCAS points are the typical requirements for unis that ask for UCAS points but I of course don't know all courses, have a look round
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