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On page 17 of this doc there's a list of unis which have accepted the IBCP and their entry requirements:

http://www.ibsca.org.uk/wp-content/u...-June-2019.pdf

Does the 'full A equivalents' refer to A-levels or grades? I'm guessing it's the latter (referring to A-levels at 'A's doesn't seem right in a formal context?) but if so doesn't it put CP students at a severe disadvantage compared to A-level students? What does this mean if you get the equivalent of ABB? I've heard of students not getting into unis they wanted because they did the CP instead of DP or A-levels but I didn't think it could be this bad.
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