Can I do that? What would I do? Do I need to pay anything?
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Help! I declined my French AS grade but now I want it. watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-04-2006 19:23
- 14-04-2006 22:03
This is a blurb from my school's exam website:
* If you are dissatisfied with an AS or A level grade, you have the option of declining it. This means that you have no qualification to declare in that subject (for example, on university application forms) and it will not be mentioned on any certificate. Individual unit scores, however, cannot be declined: they remain available to be counted towards an AS or A level qualification in the future. Having declined a grade, you are at liberty to change your mind and accept it – or a better grade, if a re-mark has effected an improvement – at a subsequent examination session, even without re-sitting any of the contributing units.
Hope that puts your mind at rest!Last edited by henryt; 14-04-2006 at 22:08.
- 15-04-2006 05:50
Just cash-in again this June for AS French. Your unit results from whenever you sat the papers are still available, so by cashing-in again, you'll get the same grade (assuming you didn't resit any units)