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    Okay, i'm almost finished with the whole ucas application thing, i'm just wondering about AS grades. Do you have to declare all your AS grades on the form, or just the subject that you chose to drop? cheers x
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    If you did 4 AS levels in year 12
    Then dropped on and are now doing only 3 A-Levels in year 13

    You would enter ONE AS level (the one you dropped at the end of year 12)
    and THREE A2 levels ( The three you are doing in year 13)
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    (Original post by antipesto93)
    If you did 4 AS levels in year 12
    Then dropped on and are now doing only 3 A-Levels in year 13

    You would enter ONE AS level (the one you dropped at the end of year 12)
    and THREE A2 levels ( The three you are doing in year 13)
    If OPs AS levels are cashed in (this is likely) then they should enter 4 AS levels and three A2 levels so they can put the grades down.
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    It's a rule that you can't leave out any qualifications. You won't get a place if you leave out any qualifications you get.
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    (Original post by PaulMcCartney)
    It's a rule that you can't leave out any qualifications. You won't get a place if you leave out any qualifications you get.
    We were told we did not have to display our grades, So if we were resitting a a subject that we got a D in, we could just write PENDING
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    What if you only took 3 subjects ? As in no 4th subject that u drop for as?
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    (Original post by Housdenerr)
    Okay, i'm almost finished with the whole ucas application thing, i'm just wondering about AS grades. Do you have to declare all your AS grades on the form, or just the subject that you chose to drop? cheers x
    No, I would still put those qualifications on the form, you don't know your luck with course places these days.
 
 
 
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