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    As you all know, many subjects have been reformed this year but some also haven't (eg. maths and French). I've been told that any AS exams taken for the reformed subjects have to be declared on the UCAS application. However, the only grade I'm not happy about is my French (expecting a low B/ high C). I definitely don't want this to go on my application and I wasn't sure if I still had the choice to keep it off there as it's still an unreformed subject. I hope that makes sense XD
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    (Original post by studentsixth)
    As you all know, many subjects have been reformed this year but some also haven't (eg. maths and French). I've been told that any AS exams taken for the reformed subjects have to be declared on the UCAS application. However, the only grade I'm not happy about is my French (expecting a low B/ high C). I definitely don't want this to go on my application and I wasn't sure if I still had the choice to keep it off there as it's still an unreformed subject. I hope that makes sense XD
    Unfortunately all grades have to be declared on UCAS, even ones you don't want them to see
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    (Original post by studentsixth)
    As you all know, many subjects have been reformed this year but some also haven't (eg. maths and French). I've been told that any AS exams taken for the reformed subjects have to be declared on the UCAS application. However, the only grade I'm not happy about is my French (expecting a low B/ high C). I definitely don't want this to go on my application and I wasn't sure if I still had the choice to keep it off there as it's still an unreformed subject. I hope that makes sense XD
    Yes, all grades have to be declared otherwise your application can be rendered invalid due to fraud
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    Thanks you guys. It turns out that my school aren't going to certify them at all so my ass is saved!
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    (Original post by studentsixth)
    As you all know, many subjects have been reformed this year but some also haven't (eg. maths and French). I've been told that any AS exams taken for the reformed subjects have to be declared on the UCAS application. However, the only grade I'm not happy about is my French (expecting a low B/ high C). I definitely don't want this to go on my application and I wasn't sure if I still had the choice to keep it off there as it's still an unreformed subject. I hope that makes sense XD
    If you have cashed them in, yes. If not, no. As far as I know, all State schools automatically cash in AS grades; private schools tend not to.
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    If you have cashed them in, yes. If not, no. As far as I know, all State schools automatically cash in AS grades; private schools tend not to.
    Ohh okay thanks ^_^

    I have one more question: Some unis are wanting AAAb minimum entry for medicine like KCL and Edinburgh. I was wondering if it had to be at AS or could a B at A2 suffice?
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    everything has to be declared even some random short course gcse you did back in year 9
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    (Original post by studentsixth)
    Ohh okay thanks ^_^

    I have one more question: Some unis are wanting AAAb minimum entry for medicine like KCL and Edinburgh. I was wondering if it had to be at AS or could a B at A2 suffice?
    That sounds like they're asking for A2 grades
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    I thought everything had to be declared...

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    everything has to be declared even some random short course gcse you did back in year 9
    Like this person has just said
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    (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
    I thought everything had to be declared...



    Like this person has just said
    I shall now go by the name of ' this person ' hehe
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    I shall now go by the name of ' this person ' hehe

    :P
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    (Original post by studentsixth)
    Ohh okay thanks ^_^

    I have one more question: Some unis are wanting AAAb minimum entry for medicine like KCL and Edinburgh. I was wondering if it had to be at AS or could a B at A2 suffice?
    That lowercase b only applies if you dropped your fourth subject at AS. A B at A2 should be fine.


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