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    OK.. here's my story

    I did AS Last uear and got :

    A in politics
    A in media studies
    B in law
    C in english language

    A2.. and I want to drop the C in english language. im happy with the C and don't want to do any AS re-sits for the subject.

    Am I right in thinking that I don't need to decline or cash-in at all and il get the AS certificates for all my AS.. and later on for the 3 A2's

    Help appreciated.
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    It depends... On your results statement, did you get the overall grades for each AS subject? If so, then you'll get a certificate. If not (i.e. cash in code was entered for A-level instead), you'll need to talk to your exam officer as soon as possible to get it cashed. Usually the cash in code for AS or A-level is entered when registering the candidate...
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    (Original post by Mustard-man)
    It depends... on you results statement, did you get the overall grade for each AS subject? If so, then you'll get a certificate. If not (i.e. cash in code was entered for A-level instead), you'll need to talk to your exam officer as soon as possible to get it cashed. Usually the cash in code for AS or A-level is entered when registering the candidate...
    my statement for eng lang says the C overall with the UMS .. and then its broken down into the 3 different modules, B-B-D .. and the UMS for each module.

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    That's fine then, it means that you'll get a certificate for AS English Language some time in November
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    (Original post by Mustard-man)
    That's fine then, it means that you'll get a certificate for AS English Language some time in November

    cheeers..

    but does it also mean that il get a cert for AS in the other subjects aswell.. the ones im carrying on in A2??

    how do the exam boards know what im carrying on?
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    Yeah, if the overall AS grades of the subjects were displayed on the statement.

    Because your exam officer will enter you for the A2 exams (unless he/she has already done it...)
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    (Original post by Mustard-man)
    Yeah, if the overall AS grades of the subjects were displayed on the statement.

    Because your exam officer will enter you for the A2 exams (unless he/she has already done it...)

    yes they were..

    ok. i think im entered. guess il be throwing the AS certificates away then. lol. what else can u do with them. I'd prefer one A2 cert.
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    (Original post by umarf786)
    yes they were..

    ok. i think im entered. guess il be throwing the AS certificates away then. lol. what else can u do with them. I'd prefer one A2 cert.
    :eek: Don't throw them away! (Certainly not for Eng Lan) What would be the point in that? Well I suppose you could... :p:
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    (Original post by Mustard-man)
    :eek: Don't throw them away! (Certainly not for Eng Lan) What would be the point in that? Well I suppose you could... :p:
    lol. no man.. not eng lang.. but the others.
 
 
 

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