Lower Entry Requirements at SOAS - 01 March 2021

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SOAS lower September 2021 entry requirements by one grade

01 March 2021

SOAS have decided to lower all entry requirements by one grade ahead of September 2021 entry to reflect the challenges and disruptions to education over the past year due to COVID-19.

The University said: "If your programme requirements stated AAA, the new requirements would be AAB; similarly, if the entry requirements state ABB, we would now accept BBB. 

"This lowering also applies to IB results: for example, if your programme requires IB 37 6/6/6/, we would now accept IB 35 6/6/5. If you have international qualifications, we will be applying this ‘one grade below’ policy to the international equivalencies of the A level entry requirements. 

"This ‘one grade lower’ policy also applies to students who have completed their qualifications before 2021, so if you already have your results, we will take into account the lower entry requirements when making your unconditional offer."

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