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Hi does anyone know Newcastle uni's entry requirements for a politics degree?
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Hi does anyone know Newcastle uni's entry requirements for a politics degree?
You mean these requirements, for Politics BA (Hon) (UCAS code: L200)?

AAB. At least one A Level from a social science is preferred but not required. General Studies is accepted.
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You mean these requirements, for Politics BA (Hon) (UCAS code: L200)?
Thanks. How much revision per night do you recommend I do to get these grades. I'm in year 12 btw.
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Hi does anyone know Newcastle uni's entry requirements for a politics degree?
Hi Joshua8998,

You can find the entry requirements, alongside a lot of other information about the course, on the course page. For A Levels, the entry requirements are AAB, with a preference for one A Level being a social science.

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Thanks. How much revision per night do you recommend I do to get these grades. I'm in year 12 btw.
How long is a piece of string?

A student who's currently working at around grade A/B level would likely require less revision than a student currently working at around grade C/D level. Also, the amount of time you spend revising is a poor measure - what's important of how effective that revision is. One student might learn (and retain) more knowledge in one hour than another student could in two.

Take a look at how you're performing at the moment, preferably using some formal tests taken within school/college. Focus on your weakest subjects, or weakest areas within all subjects, and create a revision plan around that. When your next set of tests come along, see how effective you revision plan was. Adjust as necessary.
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