UCAS Tariff - (formerly called UCAS Points System) is a means of differentiating students based upon grades from various post-GCSE qualifications. It is used as a means of giving students from the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland places at UK universities.
The system is not universally used by British universities. In 2010, only 4% of universities used UCAS Tariffs in their offers for all their courses, while 29% of universities didn't use UCAS Tariffs for any of their courses.
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