Nope. Particularly for linear AS is a freestanding qualification.(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?
Under modular A levels then when modules were certified against the full A level then the AS was no longer valid - but again they were awarded AS so the AS qualification still stands.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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But what I meant was do I have a qualification in that subject, UCAS applications notwithstanding?Last edited by MR1999; 21-07-2017 at 20:43.
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- 21-07-2017 21:10
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?
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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