(Original post by Doughboy)
After A2 exams you get the certificate which shows your overall grade [AS + A2]. Individual AS grades are NOT documented on your final A Level certificate. You actually get an AS certificate...
AS certificates show your AS grades in a given subject.
Certificates do NOT show UMS marks. So 300/300 and 240/300 will both appear to be the same on a certificate.
Ah right! So is there any point in keeping the AS certificates then? lol
Probably just an A2 certificate. You get grades based on what 'qualifications' you fulfill. You get AS certificates at the end of the AS year because your units can be combined in such a way to give you an AS grade in a given subject.
I'm guessing that since you have a full A Level combination for your subjects you will be eligible for a single A Level certificate.
Is this what a single A level certificate looks like? A level and AS level individual results???
on alevel certifcate, you get the full A2 result if ur giving it all together...
otherwise, you get an AS level certificate first , then A2 certificate later. A2 certificate contains final (full course) marks...
(Original post by jengirl)
oh so is that certificate fine then? Whats more common? to have an AS certificate, then an A2 certificate.... or just all together like the one above?
It depends on your school policy. Never getting an AS certificate if you were doing the full A level, or getting both AS and A level on one certificate used, to be normal. Now funding rules now mean that state schools have to cash-in ASs in Year 12 so you are likely to get AS certificates for everything after Year 12 and then A level certificates after Year 13 (maybe plus new AS grades if you re-sat AS units.)
The certificates never show the marks, only the grades.