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My Sixth Form have really mucked up with my UCAS form.
First of all they didn't tell me to put my resit, so I handed a letter in
and then now they didn't tell me I had to put my predicted grades..
The only grades I put on were two E's For AS's last year..
and a C in Photography which is what I'm resitting.

I now am taking 3 full A2s in one year and an AS
My predicted grades are

Photography A2 B/A
ICT A2 Pass
Stage Management A2 Distinction
Design As C/D

Now this is a big difference and may effect my chance, do you think I should give my UNI choice another letter?
Most of my friends that applied for Art Foundation there heard back in a week.
I handed mine in for Photography Foundation around 3 weeks ago
Thank you for any help
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(Original post by ToriClarkson)
My Sixth Form have really mucked up with my UCAS form.
First of all they didn't tell me to put my resit, so I handed a letter in
and then now they didn't tell me I had to put my predicted grades..
The only grades I put on were two E's For AS's last year..
and a C in Photography which is what I'm resitting.

I now am taking 3 full A2s in one year and an AS
My predicted grades are

Photography A2 B/A
ICT A2 Pass
Stage Management A2 Distinction
Design As C/D

Now this is a big difference and may effect my chance, do you think I should give my UNI choice another letter?
Most of my friends that applied for Art Foundation there heard back in a week.
I handed mine in for Photography Foundation around 3 weeks ago
Thank you for any help
It should be your tutor, not you who enters the predicted grades into the form.
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It should be your tutor, not you who enters the predicted grades into the form.
Would I be able to see this on track if I view my form, because as far as I know it was sent off by the Deputy head as soon as I accepted it, and many of the students at my college entered them in themselves.
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Would I be able to see this on track if I view my form, because as far as I know it was sent off by the Deputy head as soon as I accepted it, and many of the students at my college entered them in themselves.
No you wouldn't because assuming you applied through the school, that part is hidden.
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(Original post by ToriClarkson)
My Sixth Form have really mucked up with my UCAS form.
First of all they didn't tell me to put my resit, so I handed a letter in
and then now they didn't tell me I had to put my predicted grades..
The only grades I put on were two E's For AS's last year..
and a C in Photography which is what I'm resitting.

I now am taking 3 full A2s in one year and an AS
My predicted grades are

Photography A2 B/A
ICT A2 Pass
Stage Management A2 Distinction
Design As C/D

Now this is a big difference and may effect my chance, do you think I should give my UNI choice another letter?
Most of my friends that applied for Art Foundation there heard back in a week.
I handed mine in for Photography Foundation around 3 weeks ago
Thank you for any help

I mucked up my application, left out two AS's I did in my first year. True, it's not quite as much of a mess up as this, but I just e-mailed the universities explaining what happened. They all said they'd fix the application, and it gave me an impression about the universities - some of them were lovely about it, I got a bad vibe off others, and it's helped me with my decisions
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Yeah it shouldn't be a problem as long as you can supply the universities with proof of your true grades such as certificates or signed statements from your current teachers on headed paper or something similar. Good luck with your application
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