It’s important to note that since the points levels are determined by the current year’s Leaving Certificate results, it is not possible to forecast how many points will be necessary to gain entry this year or at any future date, points equivalencies and previous points requirements should be used as a guide for applicants only.
The most recent conversion available (2019) would indicate the below:
See: http://www2.cao.ie/downloads/documents/Guidelines-EU-EFTA.pdf (pg83)
Upon request, Euroguidance Ireland received the following breakdown of results:
If you’d like a more in-depth explanation regarding how these marks are calculated, the calculator is based on statistics comparing the percentage of each population getting above the various grades so, for example, if 90 in the EB meant you were in the top 10% of EB candidates HEIs would look for the points score that would put you in the top 10% of Leaving Certificate candidates and equate the two.
Please note, although most HEIs calculate ‘points’ in the same way, Trinity College operate a different system.