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    Hi,
    So I'm going to be applying to cambridge to study computer science this week, and on the UCAS application when entering my GCSE's I was planning to not enter my Spanish grade as it was only a C, and my Free Standing Maths Qualification of additional maths which was a D (Still a pass). Other than that I got 3A* and 10A's at GCSE, as well as 4 A's at AS (Maths (100 in C1 and C2), Further Maths, Physics and Computing). Am I able to just not show this grade? And will it affect my application if I do/don't put it down?

    Thanks alot in advance
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    (Original post by Velinguard)
    Hi,
    So I'm going to be applying to cambridge to study computer science this week, and on the UCAS application when entering my GCSE's I was planning to not enter my Spanish grade as it was only a C, and my Free Standing Maths Qualification of additional maths which was a D (Still a pass). Other than that I got 3A* and 10A's at GCSE, as well as 4 A's at AS (Maths (100 in C1 and C2), Further Maths, Physics and Computing). Am I able to just not show this grade? And will it affect my application if I do/don't put it down?

    Thanks alot in advance
    Velin.
    You MUST declare all grades - it would be a fraudulent application if you didn't.

    BUT a C in GCSE Spanish isn't relevant and a D in FSMQ will be more than offset by your good AS-levels.

    So declare the grades and don't worry
 
 
 
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