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    Hi there so im retaking a year at sixth form I've done AS and A2 chemistry and as an whole alevel I came out with a U so in retaking the units I did bad in I'm just wondering if I still come out with a U in chemistry again because I have an E at AS would I still get my UCAS points I know it's 50% at AS so that means I'd only get 20 UCAS points but can that happen though?


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    (Original post by cheeky 12)
    Hi there so im retaking a year at sixth form I've done AS and A2 chemistry and as an whole alevel I came out with a U so in retaking the units I did bad in I'm just wondering if I still come out with a U in chemistry again because I have an E at AS would I still get my UCAS points I know it's 50% at AS so that means I'd only get 20 UCAS points but can that happen though?


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    As long as you get a higher grades than you did, it will bring your grade up overall. There are many cases in which people have gotten a U in AS, and ended up getting higher than B's overall.
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    As long as you get a higher grades than you did, it will bring your grade up overall. There are many cases in which people have gotten a U in AS, and ended up getting higher than B's overall.
    No but my point is imagine if I get a U as my over all grade will still be able to get the UCAS points from the E that I already have at AS level? Or no?


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