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If i apply to UNI would they want a BTEC student or an A Level Student. The UNI mentioned BTEC and A LEVEL students can both apply. If i am a btec student will that decrease my chances of getting into uni.
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If i apply to UNI would they want a BTEC student or an A Level Student. The UNI mentioned BTEC and A LEVEL students can both apply. If i am a btec student will that decrease my chances of getting into uni.
Im currently doing a BTEC in animal management and it does not give you as many options as you could have for uni. I only have an option of like two universities because i dont qualify for the others beacsue of the BTEC. But if youre not good with exams then maybe BTECS would be a good idea
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Im currently doing a BTEC in animal management and it does not give you as many options as you could have for uni. I only have an option of like two universities because i dont qualify for the others beacsue of the BTEC. But if youre not good with exams then maybe BTECS would be a good idea
It also depends on what btec you do and what you want to do. For example there are a lot of chocies for uni for vet nursing for me but not a lot for vet med
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It also depends on what btec you do and what you want to do. For example there are a lot of chocies for uni for vet nursing for me but not a lot for vet med
i am considering btec business, btec it and btec applied science.
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I dont know what those would lead you to, just look through ucas at what they will accept x
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It shouldn't unless they explicitly state that they don't accept BTEC, or they look at it on a case-by-case basis. If you're concerned about it I would strongly recommend looking at prospective universities you're likely to apply to, contact their admissions, and ask for guidance. Generally speaking, you should be fine though.
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