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    Is it possible to not declare a module AS maths exam on UCAS for which you got a grade D the first time and then achieved a grade A on the resit.

    Also if your grade goes up after remarking would you have to declare the original grade on UCAS?
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    I think you can just put the grade you've got after resit... I think.

    If you improve on a resit, that is automatically accepted as your grade so... I think you'd just declare that. Certainly if it goes up after remarking then you wouldn't have to write the former grade - that grade was a mistake, after all.

    Providing you have actually done the resit and got the grade you are writing down, I think it's fine and you can completely forget about the bad grade before
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    Oh right so are you saying that I can state that I got an A on the retake and not declare that I had got the D the first time around? Thanks for your reply.
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    I took Maths and Further Maths for A level and I took Core 1 and Stats 1 earlier, in the exam period before those of normal maths. I got an A in C1 but a D in S1 which I retook and got an A in. Provided that I took S1 and C1 early would I have to declare that I got that D in S1.

    Sorry for asking so many questions.


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    I think as you already got your A Grade, you put that up and dont mention the D. If you're retaking any modules you stick that as pending.
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    Ok ty for your help


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