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    My attendance this year hasn't been great, for various reasons. However my teacher said that on my UCAS reference he is going to say that I have made some 'improvements' on my attendance. The way that it is worded, obviously tells universities that I had issues with it. I know that it is my fault and I shouldn't miss lessons, but where on the UCAS referee guidelines does it say that they have to mention attendance? It seems really unfair because I have friends in other schools who have said that no one has mentioned attendance, let alone anything negative in their reference. What shall I do?
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    They have to be at least slightly honest. If you'be failed to attend lessons fairly regularly then it should be mentioned.
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    They have to be at least slightly honest. If you'be failed to attend lessons fairly regularly then it should be mentioned.
    But omitting my attendance isn't lying either? They know that it will hinder my chances of getting offers so Im confused as to why they'd mention it especially if it is not a requirement by UCAS. My attendance hasn't affected my grades either.
 
 
 
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