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    I'm applying for uni post A-level. In the results part of UCAS i've put down my full A-level grades (i did 3 and no additional AS). Do I also need to put down my AS results? I got 3 A's at AS so it might look good to do this but is there any point, as the A level overrides the AS?

    i'm confused!!!!:confused:
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    yea, you can. I did at least .
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    As long as you were certified at AS. At my school, the subjects which i carried on from AS, we dont get certifed for the actual AS qualification only the A2.

    So as long as you have a certificate saying you completed AS in those subjects, plug them in!
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    i don't think i got a certificate... i got the pieces of paper on results day but those aren't certificates... ! i want to put my AS down though because i got As then as well and i think it would make me look consistent (I didn't do any retakes)

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    I'm not sure what the exact procedure is in England. But with CIE, all exams are certified and you have to declare them all. What's your examination board?
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    I just put the whole A-level
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    (Original post by WokSz)
    I'm not sure what the exact procedure is in England. But with CIE, all exams are certified and you have to declare them all. What's your examination board?
    I hope it's ok if you don't because I didn't put my AS results even though they were certified..i had ACD and with a retake it became AAC. I just put my final A Level results of ABB!
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    Do I have to put there anything at all (like Math-Pending, Physics-Pending) if in my school we are using predicted grades and I don’t have A2 results yet?
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    (Original post by Whyknows)
    Do I have to put there anything at all (like Math-Pending, Physics-Pending) if in my school we are using predicted grades and I don’t have A2 results yet?
    yes, for your A2 exams you must put down that you are taking them, with result as "pending". otherwise the university would think you were applying with AS results, but not taking A2s. and then you wouldn't get any offers.
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    Chose the advanced subsidary option when entering a qualification.
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    Chose the advanced subsidary option when entering a qualification.
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    I just put the whole A level, was easier for the module scores.
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    Quick question on this subject, I've just done my 4 AS Levels and am doing two re-sits in January, though I got 4 A's. I'm also continuing all 4 to A Level, What qualifications do I put in, if any? Thanks..
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    (Original post by Afallen)
    Quick question on this subject, I've just done my 4 AS Levels and am doing two re-sits in January, though I got 4 A's. I'm also continuing all 4 to A Level, What qualifications do I put in, if any? Thanks..
    You put in 4 advanced subsidiary levels at the grades you got, then you put in 4 advanced levels at grade "pending".
 
 
 

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