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New Points Scoring for NI Students

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New Points Scoring for NI Students

Universities plan to make it easier for students in Northern Ireland to go to college in the South by ensuring A-levels results translate more fairly to CAO points.

The current system is widely seen as penalising A-level students by requiring them to have four A-levels – one of which must be maths – to make it possible to achieve maximum points.

Under the new system, due to come into force for the 2024/2025 academic year subject to agreement by individual colleges, applicants will be able to combine A-levels which take two years to achieve, with less advanced AS levels, which take a single year to complete.

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