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    In my case, I would need to declare my GCSE Maths resits (attempted higher tier) for both June 2014, November 2014 and June 2015 even though the grade remained the same?

    Also, as I've left school and received both my AS modular resit results as well as my A2s, would I need to declare my previous AS results from 2014?

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    (Original post by melasaurus5)
    In my case, I would need to declare my GCSE Maths resits (attempted higher tier) for both June 2014, November 2014 and June 2015 even though the grade remained the same?

    Also, as I've left school and received both my AS resit results as well as my A2s, would I need to declare my previous AS results from 2014?

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    Declare everything.
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Declare everything.
    Declared the Maths GCSE qualifications.

    For the AS resit modules, I declared them as a separate AS qualification (with the 1 module I resat) earlier in 2015, is this correct?

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    (Original post by melasaurus5)
    Declared the Maths GCSE qualifications.

    For the AS resit modules, I declared them as a separate qualification (with the 1 module I resat) earlier in 2015, is this correct?

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    Achieved results with grades, and upcoming exams as pending.
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Achieved results with grades, and upcoming exams as pending.
    All qualifications now declared.

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    Do you need to declare if you're retaking any AS science ISA too? Do they count as modules?
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    (Original post by Lawliettt)
    Do you need to declare if you're retaking any AS science ISA too? Do they count as modules?
    Declare everything.
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    Do I have to delcare AS exam results (not the full a level) even if I didn't get a certificate for it??

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    (Original post by belkin12)
    Do I have to delcare AS exam results (not the full a level) even if I didn't get a certificate for it??

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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3538633
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    Yes but i didn't achieve the full a levels. I moved colleges and went on to do something else. Do I still have to delcare it?.
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    (Original post by belkin12)
    Yes but i didn't achieve the full a levels. I moved colleges and went on to do something else. Do I still have to delcare it?.
    An AS result is an official qualification and needs to be declared if it was certified by the exam centre (ie if your results slip showed as AS grade as well as individual module grades).
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    (Original post by Minerva)
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    When entering qualifications which i am to write next year, do I enter the qualification date as the month the exams are to be written or the month when results come out?
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    (Original post by NinjaChlo)
    When entering qualifications which i am to write next year, do I enter the qualification date as the month the exams are to be written or the month when results come out?
    the month the exams are to be written
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    (Original post by Holmstock)
    the month the exams are to be written
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    (Original post by PQ)
    An AS result is an official qualification and needs to be declared if it was certified by the exam centre (ie if your results slip showed as AS grade as well as individual module grades).
    My results slip didn't show as individual module grades but it did show as AS grades. Will i have to declare it?

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    (Original post by belkin12)
    My results slip didn't show as individual module grades but it did show as AS grades. Will i have to declare it?

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    I haven't declared everything :l, i retook year 12, its in my reference that i did this but i didn't put those grades down on my ucas. Also i didn't put any failed gcses on either. The unis have got my ucas just now, and i didn't know about this. :l what will happen to me?
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    (Original post by Ninjeh)
    I haven't declared everything :l, i retook year 12, its in my reference that i did this but i didn't put those grades down on my ucas. Also i didn't put any failed gcses on either. The unis have got my ucas just now, and i didn't know about this. :l what will happen to me?
    Possible disqualification of your UCAS application...
    Inform your referee and get into contact with UCAS and declare all information before they find out and disqualify you.
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    (Original post by Ninjeh)
    I haven't declared everything :l, i retook year 12, its in my reference that i did this but i didn't put those grades down on my ucas. Also i didn't put any failed gcses on either. The unis have got my ucas just now, and i didn't know about this. :l what will happen to me?
    If you email [email protected] asap with the additional qualifications and then notify your universities that you misunderstood UCAS guidance and have added your original grades to your application then nothing will happen to you.

    If you don't disclose your grades then there is a small risk that your application could be damaged. It depends very much which courses and universities you've applied for and is impossible to predict if you've chosen choices that will be particularly harsh in cases where an applicant has withheld information. The chances of being found out are high - the chances of your choices being harsh are low - but the consequences are severe and there's no downside to putting in the information you were requested.
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    (Original post by Windies)
    Possible disqualification of your UCAS application...
    Inform your referee and get into contact with UCAS and declare all information before they find out and disqualify you.
    Thank you just done it, I panicked so hard, hope it doesn't screw me over.
 
 
 
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