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    Hi PQ ,

    Should I write my current A2 grade on UCAS as I want to resit.
    My teacher/friends have told me that I do not need to, Is this right?
    They say I do not need to as I did not apply last yr, they have no proof I did my A2.
    So I should just write my A2 as pending?


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    No, declare all grades as well as resits. Your teacher is wrong.
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    (Original post by Aubrey_79)
    Hi PQ ,

    Should I write my current A2 grade on UCAS as I want to resit.
    My teacher/friends have told me that I do not need to, Is this right?
    They say I do not need to as I did not apply last yr, they have no proof I did my A2.
    So I should just write my A2 as pending?


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    See the first post in the stickied thread on declaring grades. It is very clear and links to the UCAS guidance which is also clear. If your teacher is telling you the opposite of the UCAS guidance then get them to read the UCAS blog.
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    (Original post by Aubrey_79)
    Hi PQ ,

    Should I write my current A2 grade on UCAS as I want to resit.
    My teacher/friends have told me that I do not need to, Is this right?
    They say I do not need to as I did not apply last yr, they have no proof I did my A2.
    So I should just write my A2 as pending?


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    you need to declare ALL grades, including any resits you've done. Seriously don't make the mistake of not putting your A2 grades on UCAS.
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    (Original post by harmony_x)
    you need to declare ALL grades, including any resits you've done. Seriously don't make the mistake of not putting your A2 grades on UCAS.
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    (Original post by PQ)
    See the first post in the stickied thread on declaring grades. It is very clear and links to the UCAS guidance which is also clear. If your teacher is telling you the opposite of the UCAS guidance then get them to read the UCAS blog.
    Thanks
 
 
 
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