My friend's brother got 3 U's at A2. He took a gap year and is redoing his exams, don't know if he's done better yet...I hope so...
I am surprised he is actually teaching Maths....
it scares me,though I think it's a quite good idea,
yes its possible to get UUU, not everyones as clever as you guys on here!
i have a college down the road, and id say a couple of people expecting those sorts of grades.
Okay.... but if anyone actually tried, I doubt they would get a U.
Richard Branson failed his A-Levels, enough said
Damn, and there I was thinking that getting a B was the end of the world.
Since examining boards don't certify (F) graded A-Levels (i.e. they don't issue certificates with (F) grades on them) can you NOT mention a flunked A-Level on your UCAS application form??...I mean what's to stop you? A certificate never came out and neither you nor the examining board can prove that you ever took that A-Level exam and got that grade....Aren't we supposed to ONLY state certified qualifications on our UCAS application forms?!
someone get back to me on this!