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    How would I enter GCSE exam resits on ucas? I never re sat the whole thing, just 1 or 2 exams, but it was before they were cashed in, so I don't have any grades or certificates.
    Also, I re sat just the practical for AS chemistry. Should I enter the AS twice as well as the level? Because the re sit (if I improve) will ever used in the A level cash in this year.
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    (Original post by ConicalFlask)
    How would I enter GCSE exam resits on ucas? I never re sat the whole thing, just 1 or 2 exams, but it was before they were cashed in, so I don't have any grades or certificates.
    Also, I re sat just the practical for AS chemistry. Should I enter the AS twice as well as the level? Because the re sit (if I improve) will ever used in the A level cash in this year.
    You said that your GCSE wasn't cashed in? So you didn't get the grade for that or a certificate until after the resit? If that is the case then you don't need to enter the resit.
    And yes, you enter the AS twice, putting the grade as pending on one and put the coursework grade as pending on the full A2 as well if you are taking it to A2
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    You said that your GCSE wasn't cashed in? So you didn't get the grade for that or a certificate until after the resit? If that is the case then you don't need to enter the resit.
    And yes, you enter the AS twice, putting the grade as pending on one and put the coursework grade as pending on the full A2 as well if you are taking it to A2
    I'm taking a gap year though, so I will already have both the original grade, the resit and the final A2. If I improve, should I just put the new grade in the A2 modules?
    They'd be able to see it was different, but it might look like I'd also resat the other modules when I haven't.
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    (Original post by ConicalFlask)
    I'm taking a gap year though, so I will already have both the original grade, the resit and the final A2. If I improve, should I just put the new grade in the A2 modules?
    They'd be able to see it was different, but it might look like I'd also resat the other modules when I haven't.
    you should put 2 AS grades down and one A2 grade. Because you have to put all certificated exams down.
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