are ucas points recognised when applying in canada?

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Danielation
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I'm doing an EPQ at the moment, but it's taking up a lot of my time that I need for other subjects. Was just wondering if having a graded EPQ would even be relevant or if I could just finish it in my own over summer and submit it as part of my portfolio (it's an animation, so I could just put it as extra work)
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Could you clarify this for me?

Are you a Canadian hoping to enrol in a UK uni through UCAS or are you a UK student hoping to enrol in a Canadian uni?
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Could you clarify this for me?

Are you a Canadian hoping to enrol in a UK uni through UCAS or are you a UK student hoping to enrol in a Canadian uni?
I'm a uk student planning to enrol in Canadian university
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I'm a uk student planning to enrol in Canadian university
I am not entirely sure, but from a link that I have found, you generally only need 3 A-levels at C or above and you should be able to find a Canadian uni that would accept you. This is because both GCSEs and A-levels are internationally recognised qualifications.

The link in question: https://www.astarfuture.co.uk/countr...in_canada.html
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