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    hellooo! im not entirely sure if i should do an extra AS qualification in philosophy and ethics. in case i flop (if i get D or below), i dont want to put it on my UCAS application form. but will i have to?? or is it my decision?? will they find out either way?

    Yes, you do have to declare all existing results but I'm not certain if you have to declare all current study. This is of course assuming you have the full admissions requirement (specific subjects and predicted grades) without this AS? Yes, they will find out (they are sent all your results on Results Day automatically) but if you have met the offer they made you on the exams you declared, this shouldnt make any difference. If you are worried/concerned, phone UCAS and check.
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    no actually, ive made my final decision to not do this extra AS qualification. both of the teachers who teach philosophy and ethics are retards. i absolutely regret choosing this subject on the enrolment day in august. i thought i would like it, but it turns out its my worst lesson ever.
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