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    On my reference, my school will put down what I achieved at AS right at the top.

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    Grades achieved- Geography 85% (A), Chemistry 95% (A), Biology 22% (U)

    I am just wondering, do I need to put down my unit grades on the UCAS form or can I leave them all pending (they are not cashed in)? Similarly, do you think it's a good idea to get my teachers to mention marks above 90% or will it no longer matter because of the above?
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    You don't have to put down your unit grades.
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    (Original post by Deep456)
    On my reference, my school will put down what I achieved at AS right at the top.

    I.e

    Grades achieved- Geography 85% (A), Chemistry 95% (A), Biology 22% (U)

    I am just wondering, do I need to put down my unit grades on the UCAS form or can I leave them all pending (they are not cashed in)? Similarly, do you think it's a good idea to get my teachers to mention marks above 90% or will it no longer matter because of the above?
    What went wrong in biology?!!
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    What went wrong in biology?!!
    Ha, those aren't my grades, just examples.

    Mine are History 82% (A), Economics 84% (A), Maths (A) -93% and consequently Maths overall A2 86% (A) and C4 went wrong which I am retaking .
 
 
 
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