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    I'm kind of confused about UCAS and how the procedures work, but will mentioning the AS level grades be sufficient for the likes of Oxford and LSE. Where do the predicted grades for A Levels go? My tutor probably knows these already but I'm just curious since I just made an account(?) on UCAS.
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    I say percentage instead of module marks because my A Level syllabus isn't modular. You just have AS and A2 papers. But the procedure is the same I presume.
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    *e applying to?

    I'm kind of confused about UCAS and how the procedures work, but will mentioning the AS level grades be sufficient for the likes of Oxford and LSE. Where do the predicted grades for A Levels go? My tutor probably knows these already but I'm just curious since I just made an account(?) on UCAS.
    Only Cambridge and UCL need to know your modular marks.
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    (Original post by asdfg0987)
    *e applying to?

    I'm kind of confused about UCAS and how the procedures work, but will mentioning the AS level grades be sufficient for the likes of Oxford and LSE. Where do the predicted grades for A Levels go? My tutor probably knows these already but I'm just curious since I just made an account(?) on UCAS.
    + Predicted grades are put into your reference

    + If did 4 AS levels (Chemistry, Biology, Maths, History) you select the ones you are carrying on as A levels in the education section. You then leave the grade as pending, overall and on any uncompleted modules.

    So using my example I dropped History, so I have 3 A levels all with grade pending and one AS level which is graded.
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    Only Cambridge and UCL need to know your modular marks.
    That's a sweeping statement.

    Durham want to know module marks if you are applying for Maths.
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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    That's a sweeping statement.

    Durham want to know module marks if you are applying for Maths.
    Really? I wasn't aware of that...
 
 
 

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