Typical offer for computer science (G400)

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Dear University College London,

I would like to know the following about the computer science (G400) course from 2019 to the latest available data

-the typical A-level offer given to students studying 3 A-levels

-the typical A-level offer given to students studying 4 A-levels

-the number of lowered offers given to students due to high a high grade/score in an entrance exam such as TMUA, STEP or MAT

Yours faithfully,

David Mason

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Dear David

 

We have completed the compilation of information in response to your
request.

 

We can confirm that we do hold information of the description specified in
your request and this information is provided below.

 

• The typical A-level offer given to students studying 3 A-levels:  
A*A*A

 

• The typical A-level offer given to students studying 4 A-levels:
 A*A*A

 

• The number of lowered offers given to students due to a high
grade/score in an entrance exam such as TMUA, STEP or MAT:  No data
recorded.

 

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