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    If I am continuing with my A-levels for Maths and Further Maths, this means that I would not have an AS grade as I am not going to 'cash' the marks in. If that is the case, how do I enter these grades onto UCAS, under AS or A-levels? If under AS, it says to enter the date when you 'certificate' them, however, I will never certificate them as AS only as A-levels.
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    If I am continuing with my A-levels for Maths and Further Maths, this means that I would not have an AS grade as I am not going to 'cash' the marks in. If that is the case, how do I enter these grades onto UCAS, under AS or A-levels? If under AS, it says to enter the date when you 'certificate' them, however, I will never certificate them as AS only as A-levels.
    Basically any modules/exams you haven't done yet, select pending on UCAS so unis know you'll take them this year or receive them this year
 
 
 
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