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    I'm doing a Foundation year to study Electrical Engineering in the first year but my current course is only focusing on Mechanical Engineering and there is VERY very little content about Electrical Engineering, I'm really unsatisfied with the course and I don't think I could get good grades therefore I am changing my University this year, I'm about to send my UCAS form and I have decided to ignore to put this foundation year because it's not going to help me with anything, I have done Access course and that's what I'm including in the application.
    I was wondering will this cause a problem or I can just pretend I never did a foundation year ?
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    No, you can't ignore it. If you intend to complete the course, you have to declare it in your UCAS application. If you don't like it/think you'll fail, perhaps it would be better to leave the course now?
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    (Original post by BigRed91)
    I'm doing a Foundation year to study Electrical Engineering in the first year but my current course is only focusing on Mechanical Engineering and there is VERY very little content about Electrical Engineering, I'm really unsatisfied with the course and I don't think I could get good grades therefore I am changing my University this year, I'm about to send my UCAS form and I have decided to ignore to put this foundation year because it's not going to help me with anything, I have done Access course and that's what I'm including in the application.
    I was wondering will this cause a problem or I can just pretend I never did a foundation year ?
    If you are applying without listing all places of study from age 11 then your application is fraudulent.
 
 
 
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