Can I apply to Manchester University, kcl, or ucl with my first year results on ucas

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If I can, how much points should I need to earn?
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First year uni results or AS levels?
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First year results of what?
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of my first year in Glasgow
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First year uni results or AS levels?
of my first year in Glasgow
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You can apply but your results don't get you any ucas points so you still only have what you applied to Glasgow with.

Glasgow is a good university - why do you want to change?
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You can apply but your results don't get you any ucas points so you still only have what you applied to Glasgow with.

Glasgow is a good university - why do you want to change?
The University of Glasgow is ranked behind them in qs
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Anything you get at university will not provide you with any UCAS points for a new application. If you are wanting to attend another university then you either need to meet the qualification requirements using the same qualifications that got you into Glasgow or complete your degree at Glasgow and complete your masters elsewhere. You are too late in the year to be applying to any of these universities for a 2021 start anyway so by the time you could start you would be halfway through your degree.
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Anything you get at university will not provide you with any UCAS points for a new application. If you are wanting to attend another university then you either need to meet the qualification requirements using the same qualifications that got you into Glasgow or complete your degree at Glasgow and complete your masters elsewhere. You are too late in the year to be applying to any of these universities for a 2021 start anyway so by the time you could start you would be halfway through your degree.
Thanks for you reply! You are very kind.
I think you did not understand me well.
I mean, can I use my first year weighted average score from Glasgow University to apply to other universities?
Thanks!!
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No you cannot. You do not get ucas points for anything gained at university. If you need them as evidence of fulfilling a particular requirement of the degree then you can comment on that but the only qualifications that count for admission to undergrad is up to level 3. Uni is level 4 and above.
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This was answered for you in your previous thread:

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...697&highlight=
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(Original post by Yanzi_Liu)
Thanks for you reply! You are very kind.
I think you did not understand me well.
I mean, can I use my first year weighted average score from Glasgow University to apply to other universities?
Thanks!!
Yes you can but this isn’t the best option. You would be better resitting level 3 qualifications and reapplying.

You wouldn’t be able to get entry into second year of a degree in England with first year from Glasgow.

Read the University Transfer FAQ Thread at the top of the applications, clearing and ucas forum
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The University of Glasgow is ranked behind them in qs
Are you really that naïve after a year at Uni to think that rankings actually matter?
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