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    Im trying to go through the 'education' section and fill out my qualifications on the UCAS form, but there are so many options for each subject. For example I did Geogrpahy GCSE but on the form they have "Geography" , "Geography A" , "Geography B" , etc. Im not sure which one I did. How important is it? Should I just put "Geography" down. It seems similair for all of the subjects aswell.
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    Im trying to go through the 'education' section and fill out my qualifications on the UCAS form, but there are so many options for each subject. For example I did Geogrpahy GCSE but on the form they have "Geography" , "Geography A" , "Geography B" , etc. Im not sure which one I did. How important is it? Should I just put "Geography" down. It seems similair for all of the subjects aswell.
    It should say on your Statement of Results- if it has an A, B or nothing after Geography you'll know from that!:p: Failing that, you should ask your teachers, head of department teachers or examinations officer because they'll definitely know! I know what you mean though, about all those different options for what the subjects called for every different subject! Really confusing, annoying and stress-generating, so you're not alone.:five:
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    Have a look on your statment of results and put down the letter if you can, but otherwise just put 'geography.'
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    After checking my Statement of Results the majority of subjects where just simple "English", or "Mathematics", however Religious Studies was down as "Religious Studies B". I doubt though that incorrectly specifying the full name of the GCSE course you took will hinder your chance of getting into University.
 
 
 

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