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    (Original post by NewCrack)
    Quick Question, Do I have to put the individual module grades in my UCAS?

    Or is it only if you apply to cambridge?
    No, even if you apply to Cambridge there's a separate form they send you to fill in module details.
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    (Original post by Kim-x)
    June 2012 as that is the exam season you are finishing it in.
    But the qualification date is when we get our results isn't it?
    (Original post by Forget that)
    lol well i had to quote you to reply but im sure you don't mind
    thanks a lot tough, it was more mentally than anything else, but now i feel more confident.

    by the by, that ucas form picture i don't think was right... you need to take out all the A's and just leave politics i'm afraid, the school will put in your predicted grades
    but don't quote me on that
    Really? everyone told me it was right here, i'm confused again haha
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    (Original post by Lewis :D)
    Where have you applied to? Have you sent off your application yet?
    I got 4 Unis so far, need to pick one more. Sending my application next week hopefully. How about you?
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    (Original post by Lewis :D)
    But the qualification date is when we get our results isn't it?
    I put June because technically you have the qualification from the time you finish the last exam, it's just the results that are pending. June is also the date the exam boards put on the statement of results.
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    (Original post by Kim-x)
    I put June because technically you have the qualification from the time you finish the last exam, it's just the results that are pending. June is also the date the exam boards put on the statement of results.
    There's a video on UCAS that says August, but that's a new development. I doubt it matters.
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    Do I need to put module grades as I have already taken my A2.
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    (Original post by Shaz51)
    Do I need to put module grades as I have already taken my A2.
    Module grades are optional, as are module titles. You're only obliged to tell them your overall grades.
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    (Original post by Kim-x)
    Module grades are optional, as are module titles. You're only obliged to tell them your overall grades.
    Thanks.

    EDIT: I was wondering if you knew the Alevel certification date? I have contacted my school but I haven't heard from them.
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    (Original post by Shaz51)
    Thanks.

    EDIT: I was wondering if you knew the Alevel certification date? I have contacted my school but I haven't heard from them.
    The video on UCAS says August. This is a recent thing. Don't think it matters. The universities know exams take place in January or June and they just need to know which session.
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    (Original post by Shaz51)
    Thanks.

    EDIT: I was wondering if you knew the Alevel certification date? I have contacted my school but I haven't heard from them.
    Your school will apply for certification after your final set of exams (so the June) but the actual certificates are received by the school in November I think.
 
 
 

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