Can I study two different courses at the same time?
It is possible to study two separate courses at the same time, which is known as concurrent candidature. A student may enrol as a concurrent candidate in up to two individual courses, or alternatively, enrol in one course at the same time as studying Non-Award units.
What happens if all 5 universities reject you?
Who can use Extra? If you included five choices on your application, have received decisions from all five, and weren’t accepted, or if you declined the offers you received, you will be able to use Extra.
How many courses can you take at Cambridge?
Many of our courses encompass several subjects more than 65 subjects are offered within our 30 undergraduate courses and, generally speaking, the number of options to choose from increases each year.
Do you need 4 A levels for Cambridge?
Our typical offers are based on students taking three A Levels together in Year 13, and most Cambridge applicants are studying three or four A Level subjects in Years 12 and 13. This is usually sufficient to show breadth of interests and ability to manage a range of differing academic tasks.
How hard is it to get into University of Cambridge?
Getting into the University of Cambridge is extremely difficult. This is deliberate; the university only wants to teach the very best. Before you even get an offer, however, you have to get through a very stringent interview. About 4 out of every 5 applicants are rejected at this stage.
What does a 0.5 GPA mean?
0.5 points are usually added to the unweighted GPA for those courses, meaning an A would be equivalent to a 4.5. Grades in low-level classes are measured using the unweighted standard scale, so an A in those classes would be equivalent to a 4.0.