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    I am applying to university post A-Levels. I completed three A-Levels (12 units). However, I resat one AS unit alongside my A2 exams. Do I have to declare both the old AS unit grade and the new AS unit grade. If so, how do I do this?
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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    Hello,

    I am applying to university post A-Levels. I completed three A-Levels (12 units). However, I resat one AS unit alongside my A2 exams. Do I have to declare both the old AS unit grade and the new AS unit grade. If so, how do I do this?
    See the stickied thread here in the Applications and UCAS forum on declaring grades. The first post explains very clearly (and links to a UCAS blog which also explains) what and how you need to declare your grades.
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    See the stickied thread here in the Applications and UCAS forum on declaring grades. The first post explains very clearly (and links to a UCAS blog which also explains) what and how you need to declare your grades.
    so I have to enter my old AS level results from august 2014 as separate AS levels alongside my three A-Levels from august 2015?
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    so I have to enter my old AS level results from august 2014 as separate AS levels alongside my three A-Levels from august 2015?
    If they were certified then yes.
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    Hello,

    I am applying to university post A-Levels. I completed three A-Levels (12 units). However, I resat one AS unit alongside my A2 exams. Do I have to declare both the old AS unit grade and the new AS unit grade. If so, how do I do this?
    Enter the as subject and the modules within the subject that you will be resting. Then leave the grade as "pending".
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    If they were certified then yes.
    idk if they were certified, although an AS grade did show up on my results paper in 2014 when I sat AS modules A and B.

    I carried the course onto A2 level which required me to sit modules C and D. However I decided to resit module B from last year in the hopes of achieving a higher final grade. So I sat modules B, C, and D in 2015.

    Do I have to declare that I resat module B in 2015? How do I do this on my UCAS application? Does it mean I have to declare both my A-Level (AS + A2) results from 2015 and my AS result from 2014 as separate entries?
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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    idk if they were certified, although an AS grade did show up on my results paper in 2014 when I sat AS modules A and B.

    I carried the course onto A2 level which required me to sit modules C and D. However I decided to resit module B from last year in the hopes of achieving a higher final grade. So I sat modules B, C, and D in 2015.

    Do I have to declare that I resat module B in 2015? How do I do this on my UCAS application? Does it mean I have to declare both my A-Level (AS + A2) results from 2015 and my AS result from 2014 as separate entries?
    This is all explained in the first post on the stickied thread and the UCAS blog linked to in that post.

    I cannot explain it better than that post and that blog have.
 
 
 

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