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    I took maths in my as level edexel exam and I got b grade, but I have been given predicted a grade by my school. My teacher said that it is my decision to include as level result in the ucas application. He further said, I don't have to include the as level results if I don't want to. Can someone gives me some advice in this issue
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    You have to include every qualification you have, even if you've failed. This includes GCSEs, BTECs, AS Levels and A Levels (and any other applicable). The UCAS form tells you this when you go to pay and send so you HAVE to include them.
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    (Original post by Pillayar)
    I took maths in my as level edexel exam and I got b grade, but I have been given predicted a grade by my school. My teacher said that it is my decision to include as level result in the ucas application. He further said, I don't have to include the as level results if I don't want to. Can someone gives me some advice in this issue
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    Thanks for the response. I only took three modules out of six and planning to take another 3 modules in the a level. Still do I have to include the 3 modules in the ucas application
 
 
 
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