My resit grades haven't appeared on my UCAS application?

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I checked my UCAS application earlier today and I have noticed that the grades that I've achieved for my January resits haven't appeared on my UCAS application, they're still the ones I originally had. Can someone help me please? Do I have to ask UCAS to amend them for me?
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I think you have to do it yourself?
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I think you have to do it yourself?
How?
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How?
I've not done resits so not sure, but I thought you have to be pretty autonomous with UCAS. Is there an edit button?
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I've not done resits so not sure, but I thought you have to be pretty autonomous with UCAS. Is there an edit button?
I'm afraid there's no 'edit' button, apparently I have to contact them via email or telephone to make amendments to my application but I'm not sure if resits count as amendments to the application. There's also a problem in that I didn't even tell them I was going to do the resits...when I get my overall A-Level results for the subjects in question, will UCAS receive my overall grades TAKING INTO ACCOUNT the results I have obtained through my resits? I do hate my own 'frivolous' nature...
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I'm afraid there's no 'edit' button, apparently I have to contact them via email or telephone to make amendments to my application but I'm not sure if resits count as amendments to the application. There's also a problem in that I didn't even tell them I was going to do the resits...when I get my overall A-Level results for the subjects in question, will UCAS receive my overall grades TAKING INTO ACCOUNT the results I have obtained through my resits? I do hate my own 'frivolous' nature...
Like I said I've never done resits, but I'm quite sure it's meant to be largely down to you rather than automatic, so I'd get in touch with them asap to tell them about your resit grades, especially if unis will be looking at your application any time soon.
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Like I said I've never done resits, but I'm quite sure it's meant to be largely down to you rather than automatic, so I'd get in touch with them asap to tell them about your resit grades, especially if unis will be looking at your application any time soon.
I will do, thanks anyway
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I'm afraid there's no 'edit' button, apparently I have to contact them via email or telephone to make amendments to my application but I'm not sure if resits count as amendments to the application. There's also a problem in that I didn't even tell them I was going to do the resits...when I get my overall A-Level results for the subjects in question, will UCAS receive my overall grades TAKING INTO ACCOUNT the results I have obtained through my resits? I do hate my own 'frivolous' nature...
Ucas aren't psychic. If you haven't declared the resits, they will assume they don't exist. So if they do get the results they'll assume it's an errott - and this will delay things on results day.

If you actually want to go to uni, you'll need to show you can take ownership of the problem. If you're being "frivolous" that doesn't suggest you're grown up enough to go yet. taking appropriate action by telling ucas would be a start in resolving this problem.

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Ucas aren't psychic. If you haven't declared the resits, they will assume they don't exist. So if they do get the results they'll assume it's an errott - and this will delay things on results day.

If you actually want to go to uni, you'll need to show you can take ownership of the problem. If you're being "frivolous" that doesn't suggest you're grown up enough to go yet. taking appropriate action by telling ucas would be a start in resolving this problem.

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Doesn't matter, I'm going to fail all my exams anyway lol
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