I am currently taking a year out after taking my a-levels, in which i am re sitting all 3 of my a levels.
my question is, do i enter the grades i achieved already even though i am hoping for better ones? and if i dont, do i just enter all my grades in up to as level and not put any a2 grades in??
i am so confused!! help??
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- Thread Starter
- 30-09-2010 00:24
- 30-09-2010 00:29
I am doing the same and i assumed that you do what you did last year and leave all the ones your retaking as pending. But after doing some research on here, it seems that some people are putting their A2 grades achieved as well as putting the same subjects as pending as they are retaking some modules.
To be honest, im not the best person to consult but im gonna send this message anyway as i want to draw more attention to this thread as i need to learn what to do as well!!
- 30-09-2010 10:12
You must declare all certificated qualifications you already hold and then declare those you are taking or re-taking. Obviously this means you declare your current A level grades. This is clearly explained on the UCAS website and in countless threads (including a sticky one) and wiki articles on TSR.