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Taking new AS subject in year 13 watch

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    Hi, just wondering, with this new rubbish system the exam boards are doing where your UMS are aggregated at the end of year 12 so when you apply for uni they see an actual AS result, what happens if I plan to take up another subject? Is there anyway that it can influence if I get an offer. I am currently doing Physics, computing, applied science (yes i know its not the best) and politics and at the end of this year I want to drop politics and take up maths. Would maths be on my UCAS when I apply or not? thanks

    You put all your predicated grades into your UCAS as well as the ones you've already received so you should put in on your UCAS form.
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