Not sure how I should fill out my UCAS application.

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Hi, I finished school last year, but didn't get the grades required to get into the university that I wanted to, meaning that I am taking a year out, and retaking some of my exams. However, on my UCAS application, I am not sure as to whether I should put in the grades that I got for my A Levels in August, or, whether I put them in, but put that my grades are pending, or whether I should put in the results that I got, and then also put in A level qualifications, but this time with results pending.

Hope that isnt too complicated to understand,

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Can you email a careers advice person at your college/sixth form and see what they say?
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Yeah, but they are now on half term, and wont be back until November, so just want to know asap really
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You need to declare all results.

Are you retaking A2 exams only? If so, you need to enter your AS results once, and your A2 results twice, with the second entry listed as pending.

If you are retaking any AS exams, then you need to enter your AS results twice, the second one as pending, and your A2 results twice, with the second entry listed as pending.

(and sorry for the late reply, I saw this thread when you first made it and had to rush off to work! I hope this answers your question)
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