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    I left school in 2014 but I am going to university this september, does anyone know how I get my a levels results and how I send them to UCAS/the university i am going to??
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    You can contact your college/6th form about how to get them.

    On UCAS you would just enter your results, subject, exam board etc. into the online form though you will need to give your actual results. Sometimes a university may ask for evidence of results but its normally for GCSE.
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    It was my understanding that your school/college will only hold certificates for 12 months? After that I think they are disposed of and you have to pay the exam board for a new one. Maybe that was just for GCSE.
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    I left school in 2014 but I am going to university this september, does anyone know how I get my a levels results and how I send them to UCAS/the university i am going to??
    You should have collected the certificates from your school. If you haven't then ask if they still have them - but since they are allowed to destroy them if they haven't been collected after 12 months then they may not.
 
 
 
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