The title, and do I have to declare grades that are NOT cashed in?
If not, how does it look like in an application where you did your GCSE's in 2013 and then have full A-level grades in 2017 and in between you have no grades at all? Unless you explain how you took 2-3 years off?
What does cashing in AS grades mean? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-09-2016 01:10
- 13-09-2016 03:34
Cashed-in means you've put all 3 modules together to get a full AS grade. You know if you've cashed-in if on your results slip, theres a grade for the subject as a whole, rather than just marks for units. If you've cashed in, you must declare the grades, if you've not, then you still must declare the subjects, but put the grade as pending and the date in the future.
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