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    I'm reapplying for medicine this year [provided I get the grades], got two interviews this time round but failed to get an offer. :mad: Anyways, I'm resitting some of my A2 modules, the modules I did in January, seeing as I didn't perform very well, I did okay, but need higher grades to secure A grades or an A*. Got all B's and one A.

    Since I'll be reapplying, will it be necessary to inform universities that I resat some of my A2 modules? or will it be irrelevant seeing as I've already achieved the grades?

    P.S. I'm not applying to UCL or Cambridge

    Shall I have contact unis to find out or does anyone generally know which universities allow A2 module resits?

    Thanks in advance
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    As long as they're sat within the 2 years then it should be OK as long as you're not applying to UCL.
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    (Original post by Beska)
    As long as they're sat within the 2 years then it should be OK as long as you're not applying to UCL.
    Ahh okay, thanks So, just to clarify, I wouldn't have to declare those A2 module resits that I have done within the two years on my UCAS form when reapplying in September if I have achieved the grades required?

    Sorry for the questions!
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    (Original post by Phenylethylamine_)
    Ahh okay, thanks So, just to clarify, I wouldn't have to declare those A2 module resits that I have done within the two years on my UCAS form when reapplying in September if I have achieved the grades required?

    Sorry for the questions!
    Nope - not as far as I know (but the UCAS qualifications system does confuse me a bit). You put in the "certification date" which should be the same for all your A2's. Here is what mine looks like:



    And I resat a physics AS unit in my A2 year, but it didn't change the overall date of certification of the physics A2, so I suspect it will be the same if you resit an A2 unit within the 2 years as well. I think you should be okay!
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    (Original post by Beska)
    Nope - not as far as I know (but the UCAS qualifications system does confuse me a bit). You put in the "certification date" which should be the same for all your A2's. Here is what mine looks like:



    And I resat a physics AS unit in my A2 year, but it didn't change the overall date of certification of the physics A2, so I suspect it will be the same if you resit an A2 unit within the 2 years as well. I think you should be okay!
    Okay, thank you so much! P.S. I know you reapplied, congrats on your offers!
 
 
 
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