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    I've just left Year 13 and am applying to a one year Level 3 course at college.
    I'm slightly confused when it comes to entering my qualifications. I've done History, Law and Maths at A-level (AS and A2), and I did Physics and English at AS (I dropped Physics at A2, and did English in year 11 and then didn't continue). I never got certificates for my AS but obviously I do have the sheet with my results for them on. My question is, do I include my AS when entering my grades? And if so, when it comes to my History, Law and Maths, do I just put "History: A-level: "Grade", or do I separate it to show my AS and A2?
    e.g. "History: AS: B" followed by "History: A2 (A-level): "Predicted grade"
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    You do not include your AS grades for the full A levels you took. So you will need to enter the grade you got for the full A level of History, Law and Maths. (A2 grade) - even though the AS contributed to this grade.
    As for the subjects you dropped at AS, you enter the AS grade you obtained.
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    (Original post by Maris Piper)
    I don't know if this is the right place to post this, so feel free to move it

    I've just left Year 13 and am applying to a one year Level 3 course at college.
    I'm slightly confused when it comes to entering my qualifications. I've done History, Law and Maths at A-level (AS and A2), and I did Physics and English at AS (I dropped Physics at A2, and did English in year 11 and then didn't continue). I never got certificates for my AS but obviously I do have the sheet with my results for them on. My question is, do I include my AS when entering my grades? And if so, when it comes to my History, Law and Maths, do I just put "History: A-level: "Grade", or do I separate it to show my AS and A2?
    e.g. "History: AS: B" followed by "History: A2 (A-level): "Predicted grade"
    Are you applying before or after A-level Results Day?

    For your AS results simply put "AS-level English Literature: B".

    When it's your A-level, you simply put "A-level History: B".

    If you do not know your results then put "Predicted grades for A-levels: History (B), Law (A), Maths (B)". You do not need to include your AS results.

    I'm assuming all this will not be on a predictive text? (i.e choosing from a drop-down menu)?
 
 
 
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