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    Will this have an effect on my university application? I'm guessing it will. I applied for computer science and it is an AS level in psychology.
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    Depends on where you have applied, and what other subjects you are doing bud, giz moar info?

    Edit: Well, the extent to how it will affect you, a U will never look good to a University haha.
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    a U in psychology really?
    even i got a B with one nights revision...
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    (Original post by imsounacademic)
    a U in psychology really?
    even i got a B with one nights revision...
    I asked to be removed from all exams at the beginning and they didn't. I have 0 interest for the subject. It was a complete mistake lol
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    (Original post by Maccees)
    Depends on where you have applied, and what other subjects you are doing bud, giz moar info?

    Edit: Well, the extent to how it will affect you, a U will never look good to a University haha.
    It did say I had to declare all my grades including Us or my application would be cancelled.
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    ohhh so you were meant to be dropped off the course?
    tell the unis that then!
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    (Original post by imsounacademic)
    ohhh so you were meant to be dropped off the course?
    tell the unis that then!
    Thanks, I will let all of them know first thing tomorrow morning. Let's hope I can get through to all 5.
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    (Original post by Maccees)
    Depends on where you have applied, and what other subjects you are doing bud, giz moar info?

    Edit: Well, the extent to how it will affect you, a U will never look good to a University haha.
    St Andrews
    UCL
    Bhirmingham
    Southampton
    Nottingham

    I have:
    AS Maths A
    AS Further Maths B
    AS Computing B

    Predicted A*AA
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    sickkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkk gradez.

    bham will defo take you
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    I declared a U for my AS in Japanese and a fail for my other AS (I did 5) in iMedia (the course was badly delivered) and I've got 2 offers so far
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    (Original post by CrazyMel)
    I declared a U for my AS in Japanese and a fail for my other AS (I did 5) in iMedia (the course was badly delivered) and I've got 2 offers so far
    Thanks for the reassurance as I can't even sleep because I'm so worried about it. Can I ask which universities you applied to?
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    You should be fine, but for UCL, don't you need a pass in your 4th AS?
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    U-Cast

    Hehe

    I realise it's lame but I am finding it terribly funny atm.
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    (Original post by QuantBrain)
    Thanks for the reassurance as I can't even sleep because I'm so worried about it. Can I ask which universities you applied to?
    Yup!
    I've applied to Bournemouth, Sussex, Glamorgan, Winchester and Lincoln.

    Got offers from Sussex and Lincoln and interviews from Winchester and Glamorgan!

    If I can get offers and I failed two of my AS' i'm sure you can with one And I dont think they'd pay too much attention to them, it just means that if they do it on points you might need higher grades for it. And you have a legit reason while you failed, mine is just that I was awful at the subject! D:
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    (Original post by CrazyMel)
    Yup!
    I've applied to Bournemouth, Sussex, Glamorgan, Winchester and Lincoln.

    Got offers from Sussex and Lincoln and interviews from Winchester and Glamorgan!

    If I can get offers and I failed two of my AS' i'm sure you can with one And I dont think they'd pay too much attention to them, it just means that if they do it on points you might need higher grades for it. And you have a legit reason while you failed, mine is just that I was awful at the subject! D:
    Congratulations on your offers! I'll be sure to email them tomorrow
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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    You should be fine, but for UCL, don't you need a pass in your 4th AS?
    I have a B and C in two further AS levels (Biology and Chemistry)
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    (Original post by Einheri)
    You done goofed.
    Consequences will never be the same.
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    (Original post by QuantBrain)
    Will this have an effect on my university application? I'm guessing it will. I applied for computer science and it is an AS level in psychology.
    Good for U!
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    Anything that's a U I didn't declare. I completely failed my first year of AS then changed subjects. I never mentioned it to UCAS, they seemed okay with it.
 
 
 

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