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    I heard there was a change in current application policy.so should I apply for college using 4 aslevel results at year 1 or 3 alevel results at year 2?if both are Ok,which one is better?Im going to do my As exams this summer.☺Thanks.
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.


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    I heard there was a change in current application policy.so should I apply for college using 4 aslevel results at year 1 or 3 alevel results at year 2?if both are Ok,which one is better?Im going to do my As exams this summer.☺Thanks.
    If you're talking about your UCAS application then that will depend on what your exams were set up as.

    If you sat AS exams and got an overall AS result on your results slip then you have AS levels and must declare those grades on your application.
    If you didn't sit AS exams (or sat modular AS exams but didn't get your exams cashed in to get an overall AS result) then you don't hold those qualifications and must NOT declare those grades on your application.
 
 
 
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