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    This probably sounds really stupid, but should you fill in music and dance exam grades on your UCAS application?
    There is a space for it, but I'm not sure you're meant to unless you went to an actual dance school?
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    (Original post by Lucky_8)
    This probably sounds really stupid, but should you fill in music and dance exam grades on your UCAS application?
    There is a space for it, but I'm not sure you're meant to unless you went to an actual dance school?
    Thanks xx
    Sure, put it down, I put my grade 7 cello and my grade 5 music theory down, even though I'm not applying for music and I didn't go to a music school.
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    But I never reached that high! The most recent was in 2004 xx
    Thanks btw
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    It doesn't matter how high a level you achieved; still put it down as it shows you have other interests, ie you aren't just an exam machine. I doubt unis will care whether its grade 7 or grade 1!
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    From memory, music grades only count for tariff points from Grade 6 practical onwards (check on this year's UCAS guide). No harm putting them down though.
 
 
 

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