17 Feb A Guide to Calculating A Levels University Ranking Points
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)*
|Grade||Scores||H1 Rank Points||H2 Rank Points|
|A||70% and above||10||20|
|B||60% to 69%||8.75||17.5|
|C||55% to 59%||7.5||15|
|D||50% to 54%||6.25||12.5|
|E||45% to 49%||5||10|
|S||40% to 44%||2.5||5|
|U||39% and below||0||0|
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
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