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Do Resitted Exams (within the two years) Need To Be Put on UCAS?

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    Do you have to mention resitted exams (done within the two years) on your UCAS application?

    I got UUE in my maths (module) exams in january and resat them in the summer, and hoping to get AAB in them. The UUE is not what goes on the end certificate and my AS results will be A for maths, so does it have to go on the UCAS?

    Nope! (I don't think)

    I think the only ones you have to put on are the ones you have and it you also have to put resits that you plan to take (if any) next year on.
    I thought ucas was such a difficult thing so start early especially your personal statement!

    Good luck and work hard to get the grades you want! Resits in a2 are a pain :/

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    Nope, our schools policy is just to leave everything as 'pending'. Unfortunately not in the case of a subject you have dropped after AS, so I had to shamefully declare my C in Chemistry...

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