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    Hi,

    I didn't do my d of e with school or sixth form but i did it with the council.
    i completed my award during secondary school, but my certificate is labelled with jan 2016 (while i was at sixth form)

    do i put my d of e alongside my secondary school qualifications or sixth form qualifications?
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    Hi,

    I didn't do my d of e with school or sixth form but i did it with the council.
    i completed my award during secondary school, but my certificate is labelled with jan 2016 (while i was at sixth form)

    do i put my d of e alongside my secondary school qualifications or sixth form qualifications?
    It's not a qualification.

    (Edit: correction - it is a "qualification". I learnt something new )

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    It's not a qualification.

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    It is
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    It is
    No UCAS points.

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    No UCAS points.

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    Oh okay. So, i don't think i'll bother putting it on.
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    Oh okay. So, i don't think i'll bother putting it on.
    I hadn't realised you could actually list it separately, so thanks for pointing it out. You can add it if you like, it doesn't much matter. Put it against your school.

    Most people mention it very briefly in their PS.

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    I hadn't realised you could actually list it separately, so thanks for pointing it out. You can add it if you like, it doesn't much matter. Put it against your school.

    Most people mention it very briefly in their PS.

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    Ok thank you! I have mentioned it in my PS too
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    Ok thank you! I have mentioned it in my PS too


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    It is
    It isn't. UCAS just list it there because it's so common.
 
 
 
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