I mean what is a A,B and C in highers in A levels.
I know it doesn't make sense, but I don't know how to word it.
A-levels take 2 years rather than the 1 year it takes to do Highers. This means you can't really compare the two directly. I'm not sure how many UCAS points they are worth, but I believe A levels are worth a few more than Highers (you probably sat more subjects than your peer group who did A levels, so the actual points total probably won't be that different). Some people might try and tell you that a Higher is worth half an A level. I do know that is nonsense. The difference isn't as big as that.
I hope that helps a bit.
Anyway, once you go to university and get a degree, no one in their right minds is going to give a monkey's what your school grades were.
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