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hi my prediction grades are AAD and I’m applying for Birmingham city(AAB) , Nottingham Trent(ABB) ,Sheffield Hallam (ABB), Coventry(BBC) and Wolverhampton (AAC) for architecture I just wanted to know if I have a chance of getting in to these school or not. Thanks if not what other schools do you suggest
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That D grade is worrying.
Which A level subject is that?
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Art (A) Textiles (A) History (D)
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D grade in an essay-based subject is not a great look for degree level study.
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D grade in an essay-based subject is not a great look for degree level study.
Oh I’m currently trying to get it re graded to a c if that would change anything . Do you have any suggestions?
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Do you have any suggestions?
Work you socks off for the best posiible grades you can get this year - really work, don't just pretend - and then apply next year with achieved grades.
No predicted grades, no guesswork.
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hi my prediction grades are AAD and I’m applying for Birmingham city(AAB) , Nottingham Trent(ABB) ,Sheffield Hallam (ABB), Coventry(BBC) and Wolverhampton (AAC) for architecture I just wanted to know if I have a chance of getting in to these school or not. Thanks if not what other schools do you suggest
Other unis that require 120 UCAS points for entry include East London, London Met, Nottingham Trent, Brighton and Plymouth. 128 points are required by Huddersfield, Leeds Beckett, Sheffield Hallam, Salford and UCLAN. Some good courses have appeared in clearing the last few years too.
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Other unis that require 120 UCAS points for entry include East London, London Met, Nottingham Trent, Brighton and Plymouth. 128 points are required by Huddersfield, Leeds Beckett, Sheffield Hallam, Salford and UCLAN. Some good courses have appeared in clearing the last few years too.
Thank you I was considering changing some university’s but I wasn’t too sure on which ones thanks
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Thank you I was considering changing some university’s but I wasn’t too sure on which ones thanks
Lincoln also requires 120 points. A friend's son visited last year and really liked the campus.
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Lincoln also requires 120 points. A friend's son visited last year and really liked the campus.
Thanks I’ll look into it
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I'd recommend you look into Art specialist universities if you're doing well on your creative subjects at A level. Arts Uni Bournemouth, UCA, Falmouth, Ravensbourne etc are likely to be a good match for your skills, have RIBA courses and are often overlooked by school leavers while offering some very very high quality Architecture degrees.
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Lincoln also requires 120 points. A friend's son visited last year and really liked the campus.
I thought Lincoln was 112 when I checked thru ucas
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I thought Lincoln was 112 when I checked thru ucas
It says 120 on Lincoln's web site:

https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/course/arcboaub/
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It says 120 on Lincoln's web site:

https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/course/arcboaub/
Well I regret putting it as one of my choices then haha. I was not hoping to go there anyway tho
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hi my prediction grades are AAD and I’m applying for Birmingham city(AAB) , Nottingham Trent(ABB) ,Sheffield Hallam (ABB), Coventry(BBC) and Wolverhampton (AAC) for architecture I just wanted to know if I have a chance of getting in to these school or not. Thanks if not what other schools do you suggest
Hi, I'm currently studying Civil Engineering at Wolverhampton Uni. Even with AAD you might be able to get into architecture. If you can change that to a C that would be helpful. Don't forget there is always an option to do a foundation year at all universities and they do lower the requirements for that. Its a great option if you don't get the required grades but want to go to a specific university. Don't stress too much it will be fine
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Hi, I'm currently studying Civil Engineering at Wolverhampton Uni. Even with AAD you might be able to get into architecture. If you can change that to a C that would be helpful. Don't forget there is always an option to do a foundation year at all universities and they do lower the requirements for that. Its a great option if you don't get the required grades but want to go to a specific university. Don't stress too much it will be fine
I just like to clarify that not all unis do the foundation course for architecture but there are a lot who do eg Birmingham City.
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hi my prediction grades are AAD and I’m applying for Birmingham city(AAB) , Nottingham Trent(ABB) ,Sheffield Hallam (ABB), Coventry(BBC) and Wolverhampton (AAC) for architecture I just wanted to know if I have a chance of getting in to these school or not. Thanks if not what other schools do you suggest
Your predicted grades would equal 120 UCAS points. The entry requirements for Architecture at Sheffield Hallam are 128 points. However, if you have a portfolio that you could show this could result in a lowering of the entry requirements.
hope this helps
Grace.
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Hi, I'm currently studying Civil Engineering at Wolverhampton Uni. Even with AAD you might be able to get into architecture. If you can change that to a C that would be helpful. Don't forget there is always an option to do a foundation year at all universities and they do lower the requirements for that. Its a great option if you don't get the required grades but want to go to a specific university. Don't stress too much it will be fine
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Your predicted grades would equal 120 UCAS points. The entry requirements for Architecture at Sheffield Hallam are 128 points. However, if you have a portfolio that you could show this could result in a lowering of the entry requirements.
hope this helps
Grace.
thank you will do
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