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Hi, currently filing in UCAS application and I have a couple of questions:

- I retook GCSE Maths last year in November 2015 (at my college), originally took it in June 2015 at school and got a D. Do I put both grades down, with Mathematics grade D in June 2015 under my school and then under my current college Mathematics grade C November 2015, or do I put the highest qualification down?
- I did Additional Science Unit 1 in 2014 and Unit 2 in 2015. On my results it says Science A (Route 1) for 2014 and Additional Science (Route 1) for 2015. Now on UCAS it doesn't show these options so I've just put Additional Science, grade C overall for 2015. Do I need to put down what I got in 2014, and if so, what is the name for qualification I got?
- I'm part of the first year to take the new separate AS Level qualification. What option does this come under on UCAS?


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Hi, currently filing in UCAS application and I have a couple of questions:

- I retook GCSE Maths last year in November 2015 (at my college), originally took it in June 2015 at school and got a D. Do I put both grades down, with Mathematics grade D in June 2015 under my school and then under my current college Mathematics grade C November 2015, or do I put the highest qualification down?
- I did Additional Science Unit 1 in 2014 and Unit 2 in 2015. On my results it says Science A (Route 1) for 2014 and Additional Science (Route 1) for 2015. Now on UCAS it doesn't show these options so I've just put Additional Science, grade C overall for 2015. Do I need to put down what I got in 2014, and if so, what is the name for qualification I got?
- I'm part of the first year to take the new separate AS Level qualification. What option does this come under on UCAS?


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yes the maths is right. See if anything comes up for that exam board for science on its own. It would just go under AS level.
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yes the maths is right. See if anything comes up for that exam board for science on its own. It would just go under AS level.
Thanks, so I put both maths grades down then?
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Thanks, so I put both maths grades down then?
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Thanks, so I put both maths grades down then?
You don't need to! Only the highest GCSE grade counts. All AS & A2 need to be declared, though.
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You don't need to! Only the highest GCSE grade counts. All AS & A2 need to be declared, though.
Ok I'm really confused do I put down both grades or just one?
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Ok I'm really confused do I put down both grades or just one?
Both.
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