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    So unis can't see UMS unless mentioned in the reference?

    You got there in the end.
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    (Original post by pk550)
    Okay, so basically I am wondering whether or not I should declare my results on my UCAS application, would it be better for me to leave them as pending and only let universities see my predicted grades?

    My AS results: Politics=A, Economics=A, Law=B and History=B.

    My A2 predictions: Politics=A*, Economics=A and Law=A...I have dropped History.

    I am thinking of applying to study Law at Bristol, Newcastle, Kings College London, Southampton and Kent...

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks
    Please dont apply to kent :'( they wont accept me...
    lol
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    You got there in the end.
    :woo:

    Thanks for the help! I'll give you rep anyway :rolleyes:
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    Please dont apply to kent :'( they wont accept me...
    lol
    Haha, Kent is the only uni on my list that I have visited. I really do not want to end up there, I do not like it one bit but you have to have a safety (insurance).
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    Haha, Kent is the only uni on my list that I have visited. I really do not want to end up there, I do not like it one bit but you have to have a safety (insurance).
    It would be foolish in the extreme to have as your insurance a university you wouldn't want to attend.
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    Haha, Kent is the only uni on my list that I have visited. I really do not want to end up there, I do not like it one bit but you have to have a safety (insurance).
    lol, you cant have a AAB insurance? try surrey? it's top in uk uni's and is good for law, you need ABB, now that's an insurance!
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    You got there in the end.
    Are you sure you can't do it under "other?"

    Also, when unis say "you don't have to declare module results" is that code for "if you don't, you're unlikely to get an offer?"

    'Cos I have AAA, but 2 of them are A(*)A(*)BC and A(*)A(*)AABC...
    * denotes over 90%
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    Are you sure you can't do it under "other?" You can, but this is foolish as it demonstrates to the admissions tutors that you (a) can't follow simple instructions or (b) don't care about subverting a system for your own ends or (c) both. None of these is good.

    Also, when unis say "you don't have to declare module results" is that code for "if you don't, you're unlikely to get an offer?" No.
    'Cos I have AAA, but 2 of them are A(*)A(*)BC and A(*)A(*)AABC...
    * denotes over 90%
    See above.
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    See above.
    Sir, thank you.
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    Please read the stickied thread - the information you need is in there and/or linked from there.
 
 
 

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