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    I got a D, but I don't really want to put it on my application. I'm not resitting it and I don't want to certify it, so can I just ignore it?
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    I don't think so. My friend got the same grade and dropped it. She still has to put it

    It's still 8 ucas points ?
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    You have to put every certificated exam on your UCAS application.
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    (Original post by Rangzii)
    I got a D, but I don't really want to put it on my application. I'm not resitting it and I don't want to certify it, so can I just ignore it?
    Is this a new AS, or a old one?
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    You have to declare all your AS/A level exams on UCAS.
    But if you aren't doing anything maths related, then I doubt it would affect your application.
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    If I remember correctly, you have to put all your exam certifications, including all GCSE and AS Levels. I don't remember if you could put individual modules on it as well, if so it may be useful if you did particularly bad on one module that dragged your grade down, for instance if a U in C2 dragged Bs in C1 and S1. Also, as long as you are not doing it in A2 or resitting it, I presume it's not a course that requires Maths or they would focus on, so as long as your other 3 AS results are good enough and you've got a good PS should be fine I think. You have to put it if I remember though
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    Is this a new AS, or a old one?
    It was unreformed modular, so C1 C2 M1 etc.
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    (Original post by Rangzii)
    It was unreformed modular, so C1 C2 M1 etc.
    What does your results sheet say? If it has an overall grade for AS maths you need to declare it.
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    What does your results sheet say? If it has an overall grade for AS maths you need to declare it.
    I received a piece of paper with 3 letter grades on (C B E) but no certificate
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    (Original post by DreamlinerFinder)
    Is this a new AS, or a old one?
    It doesn't matter. If it's an external qualification from the official exam board they'll have to declare it.
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    (Original post by Rangzii)
    I got a D, but I don't really want to put it on my application. I'm not resitting it and I don't want to certify it, so can I just ignore it?
    If this is the old spec Maths where your AS counts then yes you have to declare all of your results, even if it was a U.
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    (Original post by Rangzii)
    I received a piece of paper with 3 letter grades on (C B E) but no certificate
    I'm not sure how to proceed with that, :sorry:
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    My school told me I got a D overall but I have no piece of paper other than the results from the envelope with the 3 grades on
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    (Original post by Rangzii)
    I received a piece of paper with 3 letter grades on (C B E) but no certificate
    If it's not cashed-in, i.e your school has not claimed the overall grade, then you don't have to declare it. Check with your exams officer whether you were cashed-in or not.
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    (Original post by Rangzii)
    I received a piece of paper with 3 letter grades on (C B E) but no certificate
    That sounds like it wasn't cashed in/certified. In which case it isn't an official qualification and must NOT be listed on your UCAS application.

    Double check with your exams officer as Compost says .

    Remember though if it isn't cashed in then it will look odd if you start talking about your maths skills/knowledge in your PS.
 
 
 
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