Aliza Sajed
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hi, does anyone know that if a D* in level 3 national certificate would allow me do get in uni, by this I mean if a uni is asking for ABB would this D* allow me to cover any of those requiremnts?
I'm kinda of a lost cow so could someone reunite me to my herd (-_-).
There are different types of btec's but i think mine is the lowest one (?) because a D* only equals to 28 ucas points TT, so little. It will probably equal to a C...idonnoafou!

So overall, i wanted to ask if a "level 3 national Ceritficate" equals to a A? B? or a C?...? emphasis on the "level 3 National Certificate"!!
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(Original post by Aliza Sajed)
hi, does anyone know that if a D* in level 3 national certificate would allow me do get in uni, by this I mean if a uni is asking for ABB would this D* allow me to cover any of those requiremnts?
I'm kinda of a lost cow so could someone reunite me to my herd (-_-).
There are different types of btec's but i think mine is the lowest one (?) because a D* only equals to 28 ucas points TT, so little. It will probably equal to a C...idonnoafou!

So overall, i wanted to ask if a "level 3 national Ceritficate" equals to a A? B? or a C?...? emphasis on the "level 3 National Certificate"!!
A national certificate = AS
An extended certificate = 1 full A level.
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Check the entry requirements for the subject you want to do for a range of different Universities.

If it isnt clear what they will accept, then just email the Uni and ask.
(And find out exactly what qualifications you are taking so you can list this in your email).
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