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    I'm applying for Chemical Engineering at Uni with a strong set of GCSE (9 A*s 3 A's) and AS Levels (5 A's) but I did an OCR FSMQ (free standing maths qualification) a few years ago at school and got a D. Will this ruin my chances of getting offers from Cambridge, Bath, Manchester, Birmingham and UCL?
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    (Original post by chemenj)
    I'm applying for Chemical Engineering at Uni with a strong set of GCSE (9 A*s 3 A's) and AS Levels (5 A's) but I did an OCR FSMQ (free standing maths qualification) a few years ago at school and got a D. Will this ruin my chances of getting offers from Cambridge, Bath, Manchester, Birmingham and UCL?
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    You don't have to submit the grade to UCAS
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    (Original post by DarkSenrine)
    You don't have to submit the grade to UCAS
    Are you sure? Why not? Don't get me wrong, this is great news for me, but I thought I had to declare all exam results?
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    You must only declare all results from GENERAL qualifications I believe. Free Standing qualifications such as the FSMQ do not need declaring, or so I was told when I sat the FSMQ.

    I'd certainly ask your teachers when you get back.
 
 
 

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