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Hi what is the alevel grade requirements for uni. can I get in if I have E in 2 subjects D in 1 and C in 1?(alevel) Will I be able to join college
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Engineering and CS ko laagi D samma lincha.
Aru ko check with respective prospectus. These days most Unis/college have A Levels ko grade eligibility listed.
mbbs ko minimum requirement pugena. I think KU tira engineering garna pani C jati chaincha. Aru field ko chai tha bhayena, Nepal ko kunai thauma chai padhna pauchau pakai. bahira ko uni ma gayera financial aid ko ash chai chaina, paisa tirera chai padhna milcha if you can afford 50 60 lakhs 4 barsa ko lagi.
Hey brother, am currently studying +2 and I kinda feel bad for not joining A level as it is kinda glorified. So, is it worth the hype and is the teaching methods really different or pretty similar to what was done till 10th?
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