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    Hi, I take 3 linear a levels at my college bio, history and psychology and just finished my AS year, i got EED but i know that the linear AS does not count towards the final a level and i will have to do the exams again at the end of two years. however i know my predicted grades are not going to be good so i have decided to take a gap year and apply with my results. I am determined to achieve high grades this time but i would like to know a few things. Do i have to put my AS grades on my ucas during my gap year even if they are linear and dont count? i would have received my full a levels at this time and will enter those but seeing as the AS levels do no contribute at all and i have to do all the exams again anyway at the end of 2 years , can i leave them out? Thanks
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    Hi, I take 3 linear a levels at my college bio, history and psychology and just finished my AS year, i got EED but i know that the linear AS does not count towards the final a level and i will have to do the exams again at the end of two years. however i know my predicted grades are not going to be good so i have decided to take a gap year and apply with my results. I am determined to achieve high grades this time but i would like to know a few things. Do i have to put my AS grades on my ucas during my gap year even if they are linear and dont count? i would have received my full a levels at this time and will enter those but seeing as the AS levels do no contribute at all and i have to do all the exams again anyway at the end of 2 years , can i leave them out? Thanks
    As per your post and the answers in the other thread... yes you have to declare AS-level grades in UCAS.

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