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    Basically I take mathematics and further mathematics and my school makes me sit the whole mathematics A level in year 12. This means that I have module grades in A2 and AS modules. Should I inform admission tutors of my final maths grade?

    I am asking this because UCL has asked for my module grades which I have entered as:
    C1: A
    C2: A
    C3: A (Unclaimed)
    C4: A (Unclaimed)
    S1: A
    M1: A

    I will have an A* in maths so should I declare that to UCL or can they work it out by my module grades and the fact that my predicted grade is an A* for maths? Thanks
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    (Original post by James1066)
    Basically I take mathematics and further mathematics and my school makes me sit the whole mathematics A level in year 12. This means that I have module grades in A2 and AS modules. Should I inform admission tutors of my final maths grade?

    I am asking this because UCL has asked for my module grades which I have entered as:
    C1: A
    C2: A
    C3: A (Unclaimed)
    C4: A (Unclaimed)
    S1: A
    M1: A

    I will have an A* in maths so should I declare that to UCL or can they work it out by my module grades and the fact that my predicted grade is an A* for maths? Thanks
    You can only declare a maths A level grade if your results were certified. If there was an overall A level grade on your results slip then you MUST declare it. If there wasn’t then you MUST NOT.
 
 
 
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