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What is the likely standard conditional offer?

What is the likely standard conditional offer?

Our standard conditional offer at undergraduate level for students taking A levels is AAB with A-level Mathematics or, if you don't take A-level Mathematics, AAA together with the requirement of a grade A in Mathematics at GCSE. For students taking the International Baccalaureate our standard conditional offer is 34 points including a 5 in HL Maths (or 35 points with 5 in SL Maths). We also make offers to students taking other qualifications such as overseas examinations, University Foundation courses, Scottish Highers, the University of London External and others. The University of London publishes guidelines on the relevant conversion from these examinations and we use these guidelines to help us decide upon the appropriate offer. 

For students whose first language is not English we typically require an IELTS score of 6.5 overall

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