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    When entering GCSE results, lets say for example, for Core Science, do I have to enter every single module grade like B1C1P1 and then B2C2P2 and so on, or do I just put my overall Core Science grade?

    I would have to put around 20 engineering units if I did have to do it this way
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    When entering GCSE results, lets say for example, for Core Science, do I have to enter every single module grade like B1C1P1 and then B2C2P2 and so on, or do I just put my overall Core Science grade?

    I would have to put around 20 engineering units if I did have to do it this way
    Pretty sure you just put the overall grade although I haven't filled mine in yet... I think so anyway because Cambridge require you to fill in an SAQ form for module grades and marks because, ostensibly, that information is unavailable through UCAS. I should note that that's for A-level though.
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    (Original post by particlestudent)
    When entering GCSE results, lets say for example, for Core Science, do I have to enter every single module grade like B1C1P1 and then B2C2P2 and so on, or do I just put my overall Core Science grade?

    I would have to put around 20 engineering units if I did have to do it this way
    No, you only enter module grades for AS/A2s.
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    No, you only enter module grades for AS/A2s.
    On the UCAS form? I thought only Cambridge required it and got it through the SAQ instead of UCAS.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    On the UCAS form? I thought only Cambridge required it and got it through the SAQ instead of UCAS.
    On UCAS, you can enter your module grades (it's optional though). In the SAQ, you have to enter the actual UMS you got in each module.
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    OP - you just put in the general GCSE grade, it's AS' where you want to put module grades.

    However, if you did about 20 engineering units, was it a BTEC? The way to fill those in is slightly different, so you may need to put in a lot of your units to show how the points were made up.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    On UCAS, you can enter your module grades (it's optional though). In the SAQ, you have to enter the actual UMS you got in each module.
    Hmm. Is it detrimental to your application if you don't put the module grades on?
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Hmm. Is it detrimental to your application if you don't put the module grades on?
    Honestly I'm not sure but I wouldn't have thought so, I think that feature is mainly because some universities ask for certain grades in certain modules.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Honestly I'm not sure but I wouldn't have thought so, I think that feature is mainly because some universities ask for certain grades in certain modules.
    Alright, thanks.
 
 
 

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