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    currently on gap year and i retook a couple modules in another centre other than my college.

    Anyway, I know i just need to add the totals I got for each module etc which is easy enough, but how do I get actual confirmation of my actual current A Levels?

    With maths and further maths the modules can be assigned to each subject in different ways, just wondering how I can confirm the actual grades I have?

    Thanks, I think tomorrow I'll just get the module results not the overall grades for both maths and further maths, and all the 3 modules I retook were for further maths.

    Thanks all.
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    anyone? =/

    I have all my module grades but would like to seem my current A Level results when I get my module results tomorrow as my UNI choices rely on that, and I'd like to see it confirmed lol
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    (Original post by TimetoSucceed)
    currently on gap year and i retook a couple modules in another centre other than my college.

    Anyway, I know i just need to add the totals I got for each module etc which is easy enough, but how do I get actual confirmation of my actual current A Levels?

    With maths and further maths the modules can be assigned to each subject in different ways, just wondering how I can confirm the actual grades I have?

    Thanks, I think tomorrow I'll just get the module results not the overall grades for both maths and further maths, and all the 3 modules I retook were for further maths.
    Did you ask for the subjects to be cashed in again? If yes, then you will get new overall grades, if not then it isn't difficult to work it out for yourself. List the best result you have for each unit. I assume you know the grade boundaries for standard A levels so just add the units up and see what grade you have.

    For Maths/Further Maths, the system maximises your Maths grade and you get what's left in FM. Core 1-4 have to go in Maths, plus 2 applied units which must either have matching letters (e.g. M1 and M2) or both be Unit 1s (e.g. S1 and M1). Get the best grade you can on this basis using the lowest UMS possible with your results. That's your Maths grade.
    Add the other units together to get your FM UMS and work out your FM Grade.
 
 
 
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