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    Hi,
    when I started Upper Sixth I was down for 4 subjects, however, I didn't end up sitting one of the subjects. I have been told to withdraw from the qualification but I have no idea how.
    Can I do it through UCAS? I don't want the U certified.
    Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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    (Original post by Rowanstruggling)
    Hi,
    when I started Upper Sixth I was down for 4 subjects, however, I didn't end up sitting one of the subjects. I have been told to withdraw from the qualification but I have no idea how.
    Can I do it through UCAS? I don't want the U certified.
    Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
    You need to tell ucas if you've already applied for university. You also need to tell your firm and insurance unis.

    You need to speak to the exams officer to see if the qualification will be certified. It's unlikely if you've missed the exams, but it does depend how much of the qualification you have completed.
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    You probably need to speak to one of the applications advisers
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    (Original post by Juno)
    You need to tell ucas if you've already applied for university. You also need to tell your firm and insurance unis.

    You need to speak to the exams officer to see if the qualification will be certified. It's unlikely if you've missed the exams, but it does depend how much of the qualification you have completed.
    thank you for your reply, do you know how I tell UCAS?
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    (Original post by Rowanstruggling)
    thank you for your reply, do you know how I tell UCAS?
    You can phone them on 0371 4680468 or email [email protected] Either way, you'll need your UCAS personal ID and the details of the qualification you're dropping.
 
 
 
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