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    Okay so I took two A2s and an AS this year and wondering how I'm supposed to go about the day because I know that the university I have applied for will not get my AS. I know i'll need to send it to them, but do I scan it or something? This isn't too big of a deal as I'm sure the school will instruct me how to send it to them. But say in the morning, do I look at my ucas track? But I'm guessing there isn't any point in doing this because they shouldn't accept or reject until they can see my AS grade, right? I just don't know how it will turn out, can anyone give me some direction? :-)
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    (Original post by moecandy)
    Okay so I took two A2s and an AS this year and wondering how I'm supposed to go about the day because I know that the university I have applied for will not get my AS. I know i'll need to send it to them, but do I scan it or something? This isn't too big of a deal as I'm sure the school will instruct me how to send it to them. But say in the morning, do I look at my ucas track? But I'm guessing there isn't any point in doing this because they shouldn't accept or reject until they can see my AS grade, right? I just don't know how it will turn out, can anyone give me some direction? :-)
    If you listed your AS on your application then your universities will receive it.

    If you didn't list it then email [email protected] asap then contact your universities to notify them of an additional qualification.
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    If you listed your AS on your application then your universities will receive it.

    If you didn't list it then email [email protected] asap then contact your universities to notify them of an additional qualification.
    Thanks for the reply :-) i think they should get it then because i did list it on my ucas application and my offer is subject to obtaining a certain grade in that AS. But shall i email to be on the safe side?
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    (Original post by moecandy)
    Thanks for the reply :-) i think they should get it then because i did list it on my ucas application and my offer is subject to obtaining a certain grade in that AS. But shall i email to be on the safe side?
    If it's listed in your application it will get matched by UCAS and sent to your universities. You don't need to email anyone.
 
 
 
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