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    I was just wondering can I put my GCSE's on and my AS which I have sat but contribute to my final grade as pending. So all that is on UCAS is GCSE, AS(Pending) and A2 predictions
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    (Original post by highfly)
    I was just wondering can I put my GCSE's on and my AS which I have sat but contribute to my final grade as pending. So all that is on UCAS is GCSE, AS(Pending) and A2 predictions
    No. Your AS results are results you have been awarded, they are not pending.

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    No. Your AS results are results you have been awarded, they are not pending.

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    I read on UCAS that you put it as pending if it contributes to A2 overall
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    No. Your AS results are results you have been awarded, they are not pending.

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    But I read on UCAS FAQ'S that if it contributes to overall Alevel then you put them as Pending
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    (Original post by highfly)
    But I read on UCAS FAQ'S that if it contributes to overall Alevel then you put them as Pending
    Can you link to the UCAS faq that says that? It may be that the requirement has changed for 2017, but I'm not aware that it has.

    This text comes from the UCAS web site for 2016 applications
    4. I'm not sure how to enter my AS levels and A levels on the application. How should they be stated?

    a) If your AS levels have been certificated (also known as 'cashed in'):

    You’d need to state the AS levels on your form as completed qualifications. The qualification date is the month and year the exam result was certificated (most likely August 2015).
    If you're taking any of these onto full A levels then you'd also state the A levels as 'pending' and put the qualification date for them as August 2016 (check with your school/college if you're not sure what month the exams are due to take place).

    b) If your AS Levels aren't due to be certificated until the end of sixth form:

    You’d need to state both the AS levels and A levels as 'pending'. The qualification date in both cases would be August 2016.

    c) If your school doesn’t certificate AS Levels at all:

    This would only apply for AS levels that are being taken onto A levels. In this case, you wouldn't state the AS level – you just need to state that you have a pending A level. The qualification date would be August 2016.


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