Hi, I'm applying for computer Science and my Ucas application was sent off on friday .
The problem is, a while ago on here someone said that all AS grades have to be declared even if they are being resat. Then I checked on the Ucas blog and found this was correct, however I did not do this for Mathematics, I only put down the module grades because I will be resitting them.
I got a D in maths:
Core 1 - B
Core 2 - E
Stats 1 - E
I was told by my teachers that any AS's that are being resat will mean that you're final grade will change, and any grade you don't have now should be set as pending. Now I realise that this was for the A2 subjects only. My teachers checked though my application and said everything was fine though.
I'm very worried because I've heard that this can be treated as a fraudulent action and Ucas can terminate your application, my application has already been sent off so i don't know what to do.
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- Thread Starter
- 15-01-2017 20:16
- 15-01-2017 20:22
I can't comment on A Levels, as I've not sat them (I'm a Scot), but if you do need to update your application then this is what you need to do:
Has your application been sent to your teachers to receive a reference or has it been sent to the universities?
If the former, then get in touch with your teachers and have them send the application back to you. I forgot to add the course I'm self-teaching to my UCAS application and I emailed both my course leader and my tutor about getting it returned to me. I received it back as soon as my course leader got into the office then next morning.
If it has already been sent off then get in contact both with UCAS via [email protected] and with the admissions teams for the universities you had applied to. You can usually find their phone numbers and email addresses on their websites. I'd personally phone to speed up the process!Last edited by sinfonietta; 15-01-2017 at 20:26.