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    My application has been sent to universities but it doesnt have my AS levels on it. I need to contact the universities, who do i contact is it just the admissions tutor for medicine or someone else? (just checking i dont want to screw it up again)
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    Did you add A2 levels? if you did that's fine.
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    Lmao! How the hell did you miss that out?
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    What? Doesn't have your AS grades on it? :lolwut: Did your referee not check it through before it was sent off?! I don't understand how you could miss that, out of so many possible things, out!

    If it hasn't yet been sent off to UCAS by your referee, then contact the referee ASAP to have them put in. If it has been sent off, you'll have to contact UCAS, I'm guessing?
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    What? Doesn't have your AS grades on it? :lolwut: Did your referee not check it through before it was sent off?! I don't understand how you could miss that, out of so many possible things, out!

    If it hasn't yet been sent off to UCAS by your referee, then contact the referee ASAP to have them put in. If it has been sent off, you'll have to contact UCAS, I'm guessing?
    Because I didnt think our school cashed them in, this is what my subject teachers told me, then got told they were cashed in but too late. We have two head of years, one of them sent mine off dont know how the hell she checked it as noticed pending on another applicant but not on my form!! so its sent to ucas. My other head of sixth form realised but it was too late, he contacted ucas who told us to email this other ucas person head of processing or something. And as a backup email the universities if its already been sent off to them.
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    You don't have to put your continuing AS Levels on your application, just your completed ones.

    So say you've carried, I dunno, Biology to A2, you just put it as a GCE Advanced Level and with a Pending grade
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    (Original post by homebythefence)
    You don't have to put your continuing AS Levels on your application, just your completed ones.

    So say you've carried, I dunno, Biology to A2, you just put it as a GCE Advanced Level and with a Pending grade
    not if your school cashed your AS. If your AS is cashed you now have to declare the grade - if your school doesn't cash in you cannot declare an overall grade.

    Call UCAS OP they'll know what to do
 
 
 

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