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Hey all,

I'm in year 12 and we've just started our progression week, which today involved signing up to UCAS and filling in all the relevant information.

I'm sure I read somewhere on here that you had to enter all GCSEs, including first attempts that you then resat. In my case, this would have meant entering maths twice given I sat it in November and got a B, and then in summer and got an A. However, when I asked my sixth form support officer about this, she told me to not bother and that it would look better without, and also added it's not compulsory to declare qualifications you resat. Is she wrong? Has it changed for 2016 entry? I think the thread I saw was for 2014-15. So confused aha!
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(Original post by ryanroks1)
Hey all,

I'm in year 12 and we've just started our progression week, which today involved signing up to UCAS and filling in all the relevant information.

I'm sure I read somewhere on here that you had to enter all GCSEs, including first attempts that you then resat. In my case, this would have meant entering maths twice given I sat it in November and got a B, and then in summer and got an A. However, when I asked my sixth form support officer about this, she told me to not bother and that it would look better without, and also added it's not compulsory to declare qualifications you resat. Is she wrong? Has it changed for 2016 entry? I think the thread I saw was for 2014-15. So confused aha!
you have to declare whatever grades are on any gcse certificiates. Never heard of needing to put resits in, just put down the date that you got the A in maths down.
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