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kashim91
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When is this, is this when I got my results for my gcses and ASs
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Apparently, the date is when you actually took the exams so most of them will be June 10 for AS and June 09 for GCSE.

I put the date I got the results, which was wrong (According to my teacher...)
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(Original post by soutioirsim)
Apparently, the date is when you actually took the exams so most of them will be June 10 for AS and June 09 for GCSE.

I put the date I got the results, which was wrong (According to my teacher...)
Lol I know this isn't related, but how the **** did you get 100% in D1 maths? Your a-level modules are CRAZY.
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(Original post by soutioirsim)
Apparently, the date is when you actually took the exams so most of them will be June 10 for AS and June 09 for GCSE.

I put the date I got the results, which was wrong (According to my teacher...)
This is correct i believe
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Lol I know this isn't related, but how the **** did you get 100% in D1 maths? Your a-level modules are CRAZY.
Lol, hated D1 as well :p:, I had to do 12 past/practise papers to get used to it...
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Ive put the wrong year I received my qualification on my UCAS form. I cannot believe I did this. What should I do? I am panicking now as I do not want this to affect my application.
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Ive put the wrong year I received my qualification on my UCAS form. I cannot believe I did this. What should I do? I am panicking now as I do not want this to affect my application.
Email the details to [email protected]. Once they confirm that they've updated their records let all of your universities know about the mistake and correction.
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The date I took the exam eg june 2015, or the date I got the results eg. aug 2015, or the date I got the certificates which I don't know.

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the last date that you studied that subject/course.
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For my gcses I put June. For all of them, even though I don't think i finished some a month either side... I've only just sent my application through last night so it should still be with the college. It was a really stupid mistake, I know, do I need to see if I can get it changed???
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For my gcses I put June. For all of them, even though I don't think i finished some a month either side... I've only just sent my application through last night so it should still be with the college. It was a really stupid mistake, I know, do I need to see if I can get it changed???
June is just fine. They only want to know the exam season, not the precise date..
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Hi, I know it was a while ago but did it affect your application?
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Put down the month of the exam series. The summer exams are always June, but depending on if it's GCSE or A-level (and where you are in the world!) there are also November, January and March series of exams every year.

It's not when the results come out.
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Hi, I know it was a while ago but did it affect your application?
And no, it wouldn't have affected his application if he put June on all his exams - that's what most people do
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Sorry I should have made it clear. I meant that would putting the wrong year on their qualification affect any offers they already had? Thanks for the reply btw.
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Sorry I should have made it clear. I meant that would putting the wrong year on their qualification affect any offers they already had? Thanks for the reply btw.
I don't think it would affect offers they already had, but UCAS and the Unis would need to be informed
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Ok. Thank you.
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