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    (Original post by Desmos)
    I thought that the once you started the A2 you 'lost' your qualification for AS.

    I was entered for two English GCSEs but only sat one and so I got an X in the other. Do I have a qualification of an X for that GCSE?
    Nope. Particularly for linear AS is a freestanding qualification.

    Under modular A levels then when modules were certified against the full A level then the AS was no longer valid - but again they were awarded AS so the AS qualification still stands.

    I don't think Apply accepts X grades. U grades do need to be declared.
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    (Original post by PQ)
    I don't think Apply accepts X grades. U grades do need to be declared.
    I would never allow myself to get a U in any subject.

    But what I meant was do I have a qualification in that subject, UCAS applications notwithstanding?
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    AS is separate on Tarrif, so it is independent. Sorry, I'm really lost on your GCSE grades for English, maybe ask UCAS themselves?
    I've already applied to uni and will hopefully start this September. I was just asking to see if I have a qualification in that subject - it had nothing to do with UCAS.
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    (Original post by Desmos)
    I've already applied to uni and will hopefully start this September. I was just asking to see if I have a qualification in that subject - it had nothing to do with UCAS.
    Sorry, you have a qual as far as I know.
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    (Original post by geeeeek)
    ohhh thank you! So it is possible for my FP1 unit to count towards my maths alevel so I wouldn't have to take another unit next year to add to the ALEVEL maths?
    No.
    FP1 can not count towards a regular A level Maths qualification. It can only count towards a further maths qualification except in the rare circumstances when someone chooses C1-4 plus two FP units to certify a pure maths A level.


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