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    On education, where we add our qualifications, do we add the AS grades we achieved in the summer, and when are we due to certificate them?
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    (Original post by Glib)
    On education, where we add our qualifications, do we add the AS grades we achieved in the summer, and when are we due to certificate them?
    Yes the day that you get or have gotten your certificate is the day. and you choose:
    Your school
    Advanced subsidiary
    then enter your AS levels
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    (Original post by Kiritsugu)
    Yes the day that you get or have gotten your certificate is the day. and you choose:
    Your school
    Advanced subsidiary
    then enter your AS levels
    Ok, i'm only confused with the AS levels because i read that you only enter them if you don't carry on the subject for A2, is this true?
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    (Original post by Glib)
    Ok, i'm only confused with the AS levels because i read that you only enter them if you don't carry on the subject for A2, is this true?
    You enter any and all qualifications you achieve.
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    (Original post by Glib)
    Ok, i'm only confused with the AS levels because i read that you only enter them if you don't carry on the subject for A2, is this true?
    I'm not sure actually. Do you remember where you read that?

    From the UCAS website...
    "You must enter all your qualifications from secondary education onwards – whether you have the result (even any that were ungraded) or you’re still awaiting exams and results. "

    Technically, Advanced Subsidiary is a qualification on its own. I think you have to add them all.
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    I'm still unsure about when i 'plan to certificate', I don't know when I will get my certificate, for my GCSE's i just wrote the date it said on the certificate...
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    (Original post by Glib)
    I'm still unsure about when i 'plan to certificate', I don't know when I will get my certificate, for my GCSE's i just wrote the date it said on the certificate...
    For your AS just use the date you got your results - assuming you were given an overall grade for the subject. If you got a grade they were certificated.
 
 
 
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