Declaring Grades on UCAS FAQ

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    (Original post by Ninjakam119)
    thanks for the reply, just to clarify so I'd put bccd and aab under AS exams and (my bcc at AS turned to aab)
    Check with your exams officer to find out whether your resits were counted against JUST your A level or whether they re-certified your AS results as well.

    If they weren't re certified then only your first AS results and your final A level results should be listed.
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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    You should only put a completed AS in maths if you have cashed in and been awarded a grade. It sounds like you have not and probably won't, therefore you should just enter the A level as pending. If in doubt whether you have or will cash in the AS check with your exams office.
    For FM you might not cash in the AS and so would only enter the A level as pending, again if you are unsure you should check.
    We don't do EPQ so I don't know about your final question.


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    Okay thanks
    If anyone else has any answers to the questions I asked, please say
    Thanks

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    (Original post by PQ)
    Check with your exams officer to find out whether your resits were counted against JUST your A level or whether they re-certified your AS results as well.

    If they weren't re certified then only your first AS results and your final A level results should be listed.
    Hi, my teacher said not to put the AS levels if I carried them on to A2, does this sound alright?
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    (Original post by Ninjakam119)
    Hi, my teacher said not to put the AS levels if I carried them on to A2, does this sound alright?
    Not if you have an overall grade for the AS subject on your statement of results. If you have a grade you must declare it.
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    (Original post by Ninjakam119)
    Hi, my teacher said not to put the AS levels if I carried them on to A2, does this sound alright?
    No

    It contradicts what UCAS advise https://www.ucas.com/connect/blogs/e...as-application

    Read the first post in this thread.

    If your AS results had an overall AS grade then they were certified.

    If your results were certified then you MUST declare them.

    If you DON'T declare them then your application is technically fraudulent and you could be rejected (or thrown off your course) at any point.
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    Do you have to put down modules or not?
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    I am sitting AEA maths next year but ucas wont let me put it on my application because you have to put a date and the highest date is june 2016? help please
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    Also, I did AS Maths got a B, then moved on retaking the additonal module which improved my grade to an A (I didn't retake the whole thing). Then I did A2 Maths and got a B, but I'm retaking the whole of A2 Maths and switching one of the modules from AS to the one in A2, which module do I write for AS?
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    I found the answers to my other questions, but I still have one question:

    If I retook 1 module of maths, and my grade increased, do I put both grades? (Even if it's AS?)
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    (Original post by PQ)
    No

    It contradicts what UCAS advise https://www.ucas.com/connect/blogs/e...as-application

    Read the first post in this thread.

    If your AS results had an overall AS grade then they were certified.

    If your results were certified then you MUST declare them.

    If you DON'T declare them then your application is technically fraudulent and you could be rejected (or thrown off your course) at any point.
    I've been getting contradicting information and its been confusing me. Over Facebook, UCAS told me that since at GCSE I have got the same grade in each of my GCSE retakes I only have to declare the one final grade (I am assuming he/she meant the most recent retake). Yet on here I was told that I have declare all 3. Each retake was cashed-in so I have 3 certificates. I just would have liked to have been able to enter only the first 2014 result, since they are the same like.

    Am I just safer declaring all 3?
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    What happens if you leave out a module when the university asks for your module scores?


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    (Original post by samantham999)
    I am sitting AEA maths next year but ucas wont let me put it on my application because you have to put a date and the highest date is june 2016? help please
    You must have listed your school/college leaving date as June 2016. You can't attach qualifications to an exam centre outside the dates you are attending.
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    (Original post by JP0458B)
    What happens if you leave out a module when the university asks for your module scores?


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    If they're feeling generous then they'll contact you asking for the grades.

    If they're not then they'll reject you for not meeting their requirements.
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    (Original post by PQ)
    You must have listed your school/college leaving date as June 2016. You can't attach qualifications to an exam centre outside the dates you are attending.
    do I put my school dates as ending in june 2017 then?
    I am sitting exams in school and in an exam centre?
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    (Original post by TiernanW)
    I've been getting contradicting information and its been confusing me. Over Facebook, UCAS told me that since at GCSE I have got the same grade in each of my GCSE retakes I only have to declare the one final grade (I am assuming he/she meant the most recent retake). Yet on here I was told that I have declare all 3. Each retake was cashed-in so I have 3 certificates. I just would have liked to have been able to enter only the first 2014 result, since they are the same like.

    Am I just safer declaring all 3?
    Declare all 3.

    Unfortunately UCAS staff (on the phone and on social media) have a habit of giving out advice that contradicts the declaration and guidance on Apply.
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    (Original post by samantham999)
    do I put my school dates as ending in june 2017 then?
    I am sitting exams in school and in an exam centre?
    You put the exams centres you're attending with the dates you're attending
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    (Original post by PQ)
    You put the exams centres you're attending with the dates you're attending
    are you sure? I have never heard of this
    I'm so confused so under add school/college/centre I add the centre and then list all the qualifications I will sit next may-june?
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    (Original post by BrainJuice)
    Do you have to put down modules or not?
    (Original post by BrainJuice)
    Also, I did AS Maths got a B, then moved on retaking the additonal module which improved my grade to an A (I didn't retake the whole thing). Then I did A2 Maths and got a B, but I'm retaking the whole of A2 Maths and switching one of the modules from AS to the one in A2, which module do I write for AS?
    (Original post by BrainJuice)
    I found the answers to my other questions, but I still have one question:

    If I retook 1 module of maths, and my grade increased, do I put both grades? (Even if it's AS?)
    All of this is explained in the first post of the thread
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    (Original post by samantham999)
    are you sure? I have never heard of this
    I'm so confused so under add school/college/centre I add the centre and then list all the qualifications I will sit next may-june?
    Are you sitting the exams externally or receiving tuition?
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    (Original post by PQ)
    Are you sitting the exams externally or receiving tuition?
    I am sitting 4 in school, studying at home
    I am sitting 7 in a excel centre, i am self teaching and i have a tutor
 
 
 
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