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What grades is 112 UCAS points?

What grades is 112 UCAS points?

There are many different ways of achieving 112 UCAS Tariff points.

  • 3 A-levels – Grades BBC, or A*CD.
  • 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades BB+bb, or AB+cc.
  • 2 A-levels plus 1 AS plus Extended Project – Grades BB+b+C, or AB+a+D.
  • 1 A-level plus BTEC Diploma – Grades B+DM, or D+DD.
  • BTEC Extended Diploma – Grades DMM.

How do you use UCAS points?

Work out how many UCAS points your qualifications are worth.

  1. Select your qualification from the drop-down list.
  2. Enter the subject you’re studying (this is optional).
  3. Select your grade from the drop-down list – the Tariff points for this qualification will display automatically next to your grade.

What does 144 UCAS points equate to?

Under the old Tariff: an offer of 3 As at A-level equated to 360 Ucas points (one A at A-level was 120 points). Under the new Tariff: this same offer of 3 As equates to 144 points because (one A now equals 48 points).

What do you need to know about the UCAS Tariff?

What is the Ucas Tariff? Courteney Sheppard, senior customer experience manager at Ucas explains that “Ucas tariff points are a way of translating grades from a number of qualifications into a numerical value (the points required for entry on to a course).”

What do you need to know about UCAS points?

Link the UCAS Tariff points required to specific qualifications and grades, e.g. 260 Tariff points, including at least grades A and B at A level. How can I find out what my qualifications are worth in UCAS points? UCAS have a dedicated Tariff tables section where you can find out how many points your qualifications are worth.

How are tariff points used in university courses?

The Tariff simply uses a different set of numbers, which some course providers use to describe qualifications and grades in their entry requirements. But only one third of university courses use the Tariff, and most use qualifications and grades.

Are there any tariff points for Level 3 GCSEs?

UCAS Tariff points only apply to Level 3/SCQF Level 6 qualifications, not Level 2 qualifications, such as GCSEs. Not all qualifications attract UCAS Tariff points, and very few international qualifications are included. Currently, one third of courses in the UCAS search tool have a Tariff entry requirement.