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    Hey, I was wondering, do you have to put ALL your qualifications on UCAS. You see, I am a medicine re-applicant and have a C in AS general studies from my first year. I declined the qualification for a year so that I received it this summer with all my A2 grades. Therefore I didn't have to include it on my UCAS form. Is it compulsory for me to include it this time, i mean all the universities I will be applying to say they don't take it into account?
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    Yes, you do have to include all of your qualifications.
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    Yes you do. Don't worry about general studies though, I'm pretty sure they really don't care. I know someone who went to do medicine with an E in general, it's not a big deal.
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    Yes. They know nobody takes it even slightly seriously though so I wouldn't worry.
 
 
 
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