Declaring Grades on UCAS after Resits

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Hello guys,

I've already completed my A levels. After getting a b is AS Biology, I retook 2 modules of my AS biology course during my A2s. After retaking the 2 modules in A2, I managed to bump the marks of both the retakes from a grade "b" to a grade "a".
So I'm asking if I need to put down my retakes marks (both the original and new ones) on my UCAS application or is not needed as I already achieved my A2 grade for Biology?

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(Original post by ΘTheta)
Hello guys,

I've already completed my A levels. After getting a b is AS Biology, I retook 2 modules of my AS biology course during my A2s. After retaking the 2 modules in A2, I managed to bump the marks of both the retakes from a grade "b" to a grade "a".
So I'm asking if I need to put down my retakes marks (both the original and new ones) on my UCAS application or is not needed as I already achieved my A2 grade for Biology?

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I think you only need to put down your official (I.e. Better) grade down.


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I think you only need to put down your official (I.e. Better) grade down.


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So I don't need to put my old and new retake grades then?
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Hmm, so I need to put down my old grade and new grade under the Biology subject in my UCAS application.
Am I right?
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Hmm, so I need to put down my old grade and new grade under the Biology subject in my UCAS application.
Am I right?
Yes, you have to declare everything.
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Yes, you have to declare everything.
Oh right.

How do I do that on UCAS? There is no option for putting in previous grades?Thanks
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Yes, you have to declare everything.
Do you have to declare module grades or just overall grades?
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(Original post by ΘTheta)
Oh right.

How do I do that on UCAS? There is no option for putting in previous grades?Thanks
You enter them twice, or however many times you took them, with grades in all cases.
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Do you have to declare module grades or just overall grades?
Module grades listed underneath the subject heading, with the overall grade next to that.
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(Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
You enter them twice, or however many times you took them, with grades in all cases.
When entering the "Title section", can you put just "Unit 1" or "Unit 1- yada yada yada"?
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When entering the "Title section", can you put just "Unit 1" or "Unit 1- yada yada yada"?
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We always insist on yada yada yada.
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(Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
Module grades listed underneath the subject heading, with the overall grade next to that.
****.

Thanks :/

edit: if you're resitting a module do you just put pending?
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You enter them twice, or however many times you took them, with grades in all cases.
There are only six available module spaces, all of which have been used up by all my subject 6 modules? What do I do?
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There are only six available module spaces, all of which have been used up by all my subject 6 modules? What do I do?
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Have you entered the subjects again as a separate qualification with a different date so that you get a new set of boxes?
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Have you entered the subjects again as a separate qualification with a different date so that you get a new set of boxes?
What do you mean? I've already completed A2 Biology, and these retakes were for AS (which were done during year 13).?
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What do you mean? I've already completed A2 Biology, and these retakes were for AS (which were done during year 13).?
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Put down each set of AS exams separately, with the dates you sat them. Put each set of A2 exams down separately as well. Each sitting of the exams needs to be put down.
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(Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
Put down each set of AS exams separately, with the dates you sat them. Put each set of A2 exams down separately as well. Each sitting of the exams needs to be put down.
So do you mean have it laid out such that in the "AS Level Section", I have
-AS Biology (June 2013)
-AS Maths (June 2013)
-AS Chemistry (June 2013)
-AS Economics, (June 2013)
-AS Biology (June 2014)

and in the "A Level Section", I have
-A Level Biology (June 2014)
-A Level Chemistry (June 2014)
-A Level Maths, (June 2014)

splitting everything up? And the underlined showing that I have retaken it?
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So do you mean have it laid out such that in the "AS Level Section", I have
-AS Biology (June 2013)
-AS Maths (June 2013)
-AS Chemistry (June 2013)
-AS Economics, (June 2013)
-AS Biology (June 2014)

and in the "A Level Section", I have
-A Level Biology (June 2014)
-A Level Chemistry (June 2014)
-A Level Maths, (June 2014)

splitting everything up? And the underlined showing that I have retaken it?
Yes.
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Yes.
Oh right.
So in the AS Biology Section (June 2013)
I'll put down
Unit 1
b
Unit 2
b
Unit 3
b

But I retook Unit 2 and 3
So in the
AS Biology Section (June 2014)
I'll put down
Unit 2
a
Unit 3
a

Not mentioning unit 1 as I did not retake it.
Is this the correct format?
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