# A Guide to Calculating A Levels University Ranking Points

Learn how to calculate A Levels university ranking points and boost your chances of getting into your desired university with this step-by-step guide.

## Calculating A Levels University Ranking Points:

A student’s rank points are determined by adding up the rank points achieved in the following:

• Best four content-based subjects (3 H2 + 1 H1)
• H1 General Paper (GP)
• H1 Project Work (PW)
• H1 Mother Tongue Language (MTL)*

Note that exam grades can be converted to rank points ranging from 0 to 90.

### What about students with 4 H2 rather than 3 H2 and 1 H1?

For students with 4 H2 subjects, the rank points will be calculated using the 3 best H2 subjects. The weakest H2 subject will be computed as an H1 subject, and its rank points will be halved (calculated as /10 instead of /20). The maximum rank points will still be 90, regardless of the number of H2 subjects.

### Will H1 Mother Tongue be included in my rank point calculation?

H1 Mother Tongue Language may be included in the calculation of rank points. In such a case, the rank points, including H1 MTL, will be rebased from /100 to /90. To calculate your rank points, add the rank points of your 3 H2 subjects, H1 subject, GP, PW, and H1 MTL. Multiply the total by 0.9