Do Universities Know if you take an AS-level without cashing it in? Disadvantages?Watch
I'm in Year 12, and I have a question: If I take an AS-level but don't cash it in, will I have to put it on my UCAS form? Are there any possible disadvantages to not cashing it in?
If you take any A level and complete an exam in it (in year 12 or 13) you must declare it on your UCAS form. If you miss anything on your UCAS it can cause Unis to remove offers from you or just turn you down.
You need to be 100% sure that the way you've been entered for the exam is for modules only and not for an overall AS grade. If your results slip shows an overall grade from the exam board then your result was certified (certified doesn't mean you got a certificate)
So are you saying that if you don't cash in, you don't get an overall AS grade? Do you always get an overall AS grade if you're entered for and sit all the AS modules?
If you want to take the modules without having to declare the AS grade then you MUST make it clear to your exams officer that you do not want the AS grade cashed in at this point and only want your module results.
So are you saying that if you don't cash in, you don't get an overall AS grade?