Just a quick q. to ask whether when we get our A-level results they are the same as previous AS and A-level results we have recieved in that they give individual unit scores and thus there is much sweaty nervous fumbling with the calculator, or do they simply give a final grade for the a-level thus putting u out of ure misery quickly?
I'm slightly lost with the concept of 'cashing in' AS grades. Does that mean that the grade from the AS I did not carry on to A2 will give me the number UCAS tariff points it equates to (in this case a grade D at AS as 30 points)?
At AS my school did its own cover sheet listing grades so I didn't have to work it all out. At A2 my (sporadic) results were as below.
And if you're really interested,
My AS grades are cashed in, does this mean the grade will appear on the sheet or will I still need to work it out?
If they're cashed in then the grade will appear on the sheet with total UMS.
Can anyone enlighten me as to what the term "cashing in" means please????
 It's okay i've found a thread on it. AFAIK it means that you get seperate qualifications/certificates for AS-Level .......right????
The results sheet weill list individual module marks and titles. They will be calculated at the top of the sheet. There will be a total mark and grade for each qualification. There are no grade boundaries on the back of the OCR sheet, but they are on the AQA ones. These boundaries are the same every year though, so you could print them off and take them with you if you like, but your school will probably have a copy.
Hope you get the results you are hoping for