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    Greetings. I am applying to uni for 2017 entry. My school's internal deadline is 24th November to send off the applications.

    What I've been told by the school is that you either put your AS grades down on the application or not at all (meaning predicted grades will be made). Meaning you can't put AS and Prediced grades both on it as well.

    Problem is, what if I achieved lets say an A grade for the subject I'm dropping. Am I not able to bank that subject? And will they think that I've only done 3 AS'?

    My results for AS were awful but I don't know whether to put down those grades rather than predicted grades (if that makes sense) because they may not know that I did a 4th AS and I wouldn't be able to bank the UCAS points.
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    (Original post by Jozanic)
    Greetings. I am applying to uni for 2017 entry. My school's internal deadline is 24th November to send off the applications.

    What I've been told by the school is that you either put your AS grades down on the application or not at all (meaning predicted grades will be made). Meaning you can't put AS and Prediced grades both on it as well.

    Problem is, what if I achieved lets say an A grade for the subject I'm dropping. Am I not able to bank that subject? And will they think that I've only done 3 AS'?

    My results for AS were awful but I don't know whether to put down those grades rather than predicted grades (if that makes sense) because they may not know that I did a 4th AS and I wouldn't be able to bank the UCAS points.
    As grades, your referee will mention any predicted grades. Your school shouldn't be encouraging you not to declare grades.
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    You put your AS grades on as completed and declare the grades. Then you add the A Levels as pending, which means your school will predict grades. You must do both of these.
 
 
 
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