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    There comes a time in every boy's life where he thinks to himself, should i put down my AS grades for subjects i havn't dropped? or do i have to declare them?

    my teacher seems to think that we're meant to declare them in the education section, but i've heard of people who havnt. can anyone help?
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    apparantly you have dont have to put down ur AS grades if ur carrying them on to A2. cuz officially dats not a grade without the comleted 2nd year .
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    everyone in my college was told to put the AS grades down, regardless of whether they were doing it at A level, and put them down again as A levels and put the grade as pending......there have been several threads on this topic, ill find the links for you....

    this one should help:

    http://thestudentroom.co.uk/t170177.html

    good luck!
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    It does depend on what your school are doing. So ask your teacher.

    Or, if you can't/don't wanna, look at your results slip. If it shows your module results and then a grade you should put them down (unless you know you've declined them). If it just has module results, don't put them down.

    Like:

    Physics
    Module 1: 80/100
    Module 2: 89/100
    Module 3: 99/100

    you'd leave it off, but if it then said overall that was an A you'd add it.
 
 
 

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