First of all, I am doing English Media (a fairly new course, as far as I know) and I'm not sure whether to put it as Media on my application or just say a new course.
Secondly, my school moved from one site to another and we haven't done any exams in it, so how do I say I finished my AS in one school and then am still doing it in another?
This is literally the last thing I have to do before I send it off so I would appreciate help ASAP.
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- Thread Starter
- 06-12-2010 19:02
- 06-12-2010 20:25
If English Media is an A level/BTEC or equivilant qualification then it will presumably have a title so just put it as whatever the actual title of the course is called on your application. There is no point calling it AQA A level Media when it isn't, its actually AQA A level English Media which is something different. These are examples, I have no idea what it is called, as your teachers if you're stuck.
It is the centre number which counts, if the school you're doing all of your exams at is the same in terms of the centre number (ie: its the same school just with a new address as you got a new building) then you list them all as the same centre number. If the centre number has changed as you're now a different school (eg: your sixth form joined with another one) then you'll be able to get the new centre number from a teacher. However, if you haven't done any exams there, then all of your sixth form/higher level exam centre numbers will be the same. Your GCSEs might be a different centre number in this second situation, you'll know what centre you were at then from your certificates.