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    Recently I received my AS results and they didn't turn out as expected (D in biology, D in psychology and U in chemistry) I'm most likely to resit the year but study BTEC's as I think I would be more successful in that due to it being course based. The uni course I want to apply to (veterinary nursing) accept BTEC's however I was wondering if I'm able to include my two AS D grades along with it?

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    Btecs aren't bad i actually was quite better of then some of my friends. as long as you keep on top of the work you can get the ucas points you need easy. once filling in your ucas application you have to add all qualifications you didnt pass.
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    You have to include all qualifications. Even cashed in U grades
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    (Original post by apple1992)
    You have to include all qualifications. Even cashed in U grades
    Is this a new thing, having to declare 'U' grades?


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    (Original post by DancinBallerina)
    Is this a new thing, having to declare 'U' grades?


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    no, you have to declare all the courses you've done.
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    (Original post by DancinBallerina)
    Is this a new thing, having to declare 'U' grades?


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    Yes, there a TSR article somewhere. It explains everything about it.
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    Oh okay! Thanks for the help!
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    Yes, there a TSR article somewhere. It explains everything about it.
    Crikey! :/

    Okey dokey, I'll take a read later. Thanks.
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    Check which uni's you will be applying to as some uni's dont accept BTEC's
 
 
 
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