Can't see any reason what so ever to leave a C grade out, it's perfectly acceptable, and put it this way, would you rather demonstrate you coped with more subjects, or let the admissions officer think you "could have done more"?
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not declaring cashed-in grades watch
- 25-09-2008 04:16
- 25-09-2008 05:30
I inadvertantly left my AS off the UCAS form because I told my UCAS teacher that I wasn't going to cash in the grade and was told not to put it down. For some reason it ended up getting cashed in anyway but it was an honest mistake and nobody from the unis questioned me over it.
Some unis, including the ones I applied to, only consider the applicants 3 best subjects at A2 level, or the best 2 subjects at A2 and the best 2 subjects at AS if the person did an AS in each year instead of a third full A-level. So if you've done 3 A-levels, there's a chance they won't look at your AS anyway, just check the uni information for any info on how they make offers.