## What is D * D * D equivalent to in A-levels?

3 grade A’s

A final grade of DDD is equivalent to achieving 3 grade A’s at A-level and attracts the same UCAS points for university. It is a popular and successful route into higher education.

**How many UCAS points is A * A * A *?**

56

UCAS tariff points

Grade | Tariff points |
---|---|

A* | 56 |

A | 48 |

B | 40 |

C | 32 |

### How many points is 112 UCAS points?

There are many different ways of achieving 112 UCAS Tariff points. Some of the most common ways are: 3 A-levels – Grades BBC, or A*CD. 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades BB+bb, or AB+cc.

**Is a distinction star equivalent to an A star?**

Over 30% of BTEC awards are graded starred distinction. These are considered equivalent to A* at A-Level yet under 10% of A-Levels were graded as such.

## Is a 9 and a star star?

Three number grades – 9, 8 and 7 – correspond to the two previous top grades of A* and A. Exams watchdog Ofqual says fewer grade 9s are awarded than A*s, and that anyone who gets a 9 has “performed exceptionally”.

**What does 320 UCAS points equate to?**

A level grade | ||
---|---|---|

A level grade | Old Tariff | New Tariff |

AAA | 360 | 144 |

AAB | 340 | 136 |

ABB | 320 | 128 |

### What does 104 UCAS points equate to?

There are many different ways of achieving 104 UCAS Tariff points. Some of the most common ways are: 3 A-levels – Grades BCC, or ACD. 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades BC+bb, or CC+aa.

**How do you get 128 UCAS points?**

There are many different ways of achieving 128 UCAS Tariff points.

- 3 A-levels – Grades ABB, or A*AD.
- 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades AA+bb, or AB+aa.
- 2 A-levels plus 1 AS plus Extended Project – Grades AB+a+B, or AA+b+C.
- 1 A-level plus BTEC Diploma – Grades A+DD.
- BTEC Extended Diploma – Grades DDM.

## What is 128 UCAS points in A levels?

There are many different ways of achieving 128 UCAS Tariff points. Some of the most common ways are: 3 A-levels – Grades ABB, or A*AD. 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades AA+bb, or AB+aa.

**What grades is 120 UCAS points?**

There are many different ways of achieving 120 UCAS Tariff points. Some of the most common ways are: 3 A-levels – Grades BBB, or A*CC. 2 A-levels plus 2 AS – Grades BB+aa, or AB+bb.

### What is D * equivalent to in GCSE?

Distinction * (D*) = 8 or 9 at GCSE.

**What is D1 equivalent to in GCSE?**

A M2 is a B grade equivalent and a D1 is a D grade equivalent.

## Is 8 an A star GCSE?

As per the guide below, issued by the exams regulator Ofqual, the numerical system essentially boils down to the following: 9 = High A* grade. 8 = Lower A* or high A. 7 = Lower A grade.

**What grades is 240 UCAS points?**

UCAS Tariff Points: 300 points required. (Minimum 200 from 2 A levels or equivalent, excluding general studies.) UCAS Tariff Points: 120 points required. (Minimum 80 from 2 A levels or equivalent, excluding general studies.)…

A level grade | ||
---|---|---|

A level grade | Old Tariff | New Tariff |

BBC | 280 | 112 |

BCC | 260 | 104 |

CCC | 240 | 96 |

### Do Unis accept a * ab instead of AAA?

It depends if they wanted AAA as the grades, or the points. If it’s the latter you should be accepted, as A*AB equates as the same. If it’s the grades, there’s a possibility they’ll let you in, but it depends.

**Is it hard to get 112 UCAS points?**

112 points may sound like a lot, but actually, it’s not as bad as it seems and most students can achieve it with studying 3 A Levels. All A Levels come with UCAS points, the maximum number for one being 56 and that would require an A* grade. The lowest amount of UCAS points you can get for an A Level is 16 (grade E).