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    Is it possible to decline results grades sat in the year 2006?
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    No, the deadline is normally the 30th of september following the june examination seies.
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    mate as someone who has just went throught the two-year-hell a level process u don't need to decline. Just retake it and they will give the u best final mark
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    I see,

    I ask because I did AS-levels in art subjects for which i all failed in due to personal problems, so i took a gap year to sort life out and now this september i am going back to college to study all science A-levels.

    My worry is UCAS and unis seeing those poor AS-level grades sat in 2006 all of which are U's.

    Do i have to declare all academic examination results i have sat in my life, or just the GCSE's and relavent predicted A2's?
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    U's aren't deemed worthy of a certificate by the examining bodies so you can just pretend it never happened
 
 
 

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