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    Please I need help urgently as I am so confused.

    How would you know if your results have been certified. Is this when you get a letter with results on results day (AS)? (Black and White sheet)

    Or is the certificate from the exam board saying this is to certify that ... achieved the following result. (A4 sheet coloured sheet with signature and logo (ofqual)

    Also if my U grade is not on the coloured sheet with the ofqual logo, does this mean I do not have to mention it on ucas?
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    (Original post by depay)
    Please I need help urgently as I am so confused.

    How would you know if your results have been certified. Is this when you get a letter with results on results day (AS)? (Black and White sheet)

    Or is the certificate from the exam board saying this is to certify that ... achieved the following result. (A4 sheet coloured sheet with signature and logo (ofqual)

    Also if my U grade is not on the coloured sheet with the ofqual logo, does this mean I do not have to mention it on ucas?
    Are you at a state school? If so your grades are cashed in and all have to be declared including the U
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    (Original post by depay)
    Please I need help urgently as I am so confused.

    How would you know if your results have been certified. Is this when you get a letter with results on results day (AS)? (Black and White sheet)

    Or is the certificate from the exam board saying this is to certify that ... achieved the following result. (A4 sheet coloured sheet with signature and logo (ofqual)

    Also if my U grade is not on the coloured sheet with the ofqual logo, does this mean I do not have to mention it on ucas?
    You answered your own question buddy,just to be clear, it's the certificate.

    As for the grade, your application will be checked against your ULN (Unique Learner Number - A database of students and their grades/exams) so they will find out anyway, better to put it on than give a bad impression almost immediately.
 
 
 
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