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    so i left my old college in summer of 2009
    however at the end of jan i am taking a resit there

    I was unsure of how to enter this on ucas
    i attended the college from 2007 until 2009 but i cant enter my grade for psychology as i wont actually know until around march 2010

    I thought the best way to do it would be to mark the grade overall and for the mopdule as 'pending' and then to extended the finishing date to 2010,
    however after contacting someone on ucas they said to enter the grade i have now, and then enter my college into the application a second time with just the resit but this seems odd, i would then have to put that i attended just one subject for just one year

    i also dont understand how i would enter the starting and finishing dates and whether it would be classed as part time or full time

    surely my option makes a little more sense ??!
    just hoping for some clarification on this
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    (Original post by WestBromSte)
    so i left my old college in summer of 2009
    however at the end of jan i am taking a resit there

    I was unsure of how to enter this on ucas
    i attended the college from 2007 until 2009 but i cant enter my grade for psychology as i wont actually know until around march 2010

    I thought the best way to do it would be to mark the grade overall and for the mopdule as 'pending' and then to extended the finishing date to 2010,
    however after contacting someone on ucas they said to enter the grade i have now, and then enter my college into the application a second time with just the resit but this seems odd, i would then have to put that i attended just one subject for just one year

    i also dont understand how i would enter the starting and finishing dates and whether it would be classed as part time or full time

    surely my option makes a little more sense ??!
    just hoping for some clarification on this
    I think either would be ok, it amounts to the same thing no?
 
 
 
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