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    Even if we have 10 more gcses (including maths, sciences and english) that we will declare and the one I don't want to declare will be one I self taught (took as an extra GCSE) and for which I paid the exam entry fee to take it at my school and isn't a well known subject, would I still need to declare the grade for that subject too?
    What happens if you don't declare one but declare all other grades?

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    Yes, you declare all GCSEs that you recieved certificates for, even failed ones.
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    (Original post by Princestia)
    Even if we have 10 more gcses (including maths, sciences and english) that we will declare and the one I don't want to declare will be one I self taught (took as an extra GCSE) and for which I paid the exam entry fee to take it at my school and isn't a well known subject, would I still need to declare the grade for that subject too?
    What happens if you don't declare one but declare all other grades?

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    Yes you do :yes:

    Just out of curiosity, what subject is this?
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    Actually you don't have to declare U grades since they are uncertified so they effectively just don't exist...

    But yes, all other GCSEs.
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    well if you got a bad grade and you dont put it down it doesnt really make a difference [is what i heard]
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    Unles you got a U grade you put down all GCSE's.
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    I didn't put down a D that I got in P.E. (compulsory subject) and it didn't affect me.
 
 
 
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