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    Ok, I got an unconditional offer but I was doing an extra a-level to prepare myself for uni. Basically got my result in the post today (couldn't go into my college to collect it in the week) and in my 'cashed in' grade, got an X from Edexcel, even though all my modules add up to a very high A (598/600). I did 2 of the modules in Jan and the rest in June.

    Do you think that this is likely to be a mistake on the part of Edexcel? Is anyone in the same position?

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    That is strange. Contact them to see. What does X mean.

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    That is strange. Contact them to see. What does X mean.
    if i recall correctly it means that one has not turned up for the public exam
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    (Original post by DazYa777)
    if i recall correctly it means that one has not turned up for the public exam
    Yes an X is awarded if you've been absent from an examination but also for any other reason.
 
 
 

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