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    I’ve submitted my ucas on Friday and ucl emailed me asking for my maths module marks because I applied for economics. I did maths a year early and I’m resitting modules, the form says to put down AS modules but my AS modules were B c1 B c2 and an E in decision (going to resit).

    The form does let me put down additional modules that I’ve taken so I could put down my A2 modules where I got A* c3 A* c4 but a C in stats (remark).

    If i have to put down my AS grades for maths I don’t feel like it’s worth me applying to ucl because it’s not on the same level as the competiton. I could put down my A2 grades as well but again they might think “this guy got a B overall, is it fair he got three years to do his maths vs two of other applicants”

    I didn’t put down my maths modules because they weren’t cashed in and my school advised again it. Shall I still apply to ucl or substitute it for Bristol where I’m eligible for a contextual?
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    Btw my predicted grade is 3A*A but again my maths AS grade is making me reconsider even applying there, I would like to have an offer from ucl but if it’s likely they’ll reject me I may consider bristol
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    (Original post by jschohan)
    I’ve submitted my ucas on Friday and ucl emailed me asking for my maths module marks because I applied for economics. I did maths a year early and I’m resitting modules, the form says to put down AS modules but my AS modules were B c1 B c2 and an E in decision (going to resit).

    The form does let me put down additional modules that I’ve taken so I could put down my A2 modules where I got A* c3 A* c4 but a C in stats (remark).

    If i have to put down my AS grades for maths I don’t feel like it’s worth me applying to ucl because it’s not on the same level as the competiton. I could put down my A2 grades as well but again they might think “this guy got a B overall, is it fair he got three years to do his maths vs two of other applicants”

    I didn’t put down my maths modules because they weren’t cashed in and my school advised again it. Shall I still apply to ucl or substitute it for Bristol where I’m eligible for a contextual?
    They probably want all of them, unfortunately. I normally try to hide the bad grades behind the better ones like:
    C4 - A*
    C3-A*
    D1 - E
    C1- B
    C2 - B
    S1 - C
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    (Original post by simongregor12)
    They probably want all of them, unfortunately. I normally try to hide the bad grades behind the better ones like:
    C4 - A*
    C3-A*
    D1 - E
    C1- B
    C2 - B
    S1 - C
    Haha unfortunately they have all the maths modules written on the form so I couldn’t even order it like that 😂

    What do u think? Is it worth me applying to ucl then with all my maths marks?
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    (Original post by jschohan)
    Haha unfortunately they have all the maths modules written on the form so I couldn’t even order it like that 😂

    What do u think? Is it worth me applying to ucl then with all my maths marks?
    Obviously its worth it. Whats the worse that's gonna happen, you'll get declined just like if u didn't apply anyway.
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    (Original post by simongregor12)
    Obviously its worth it. Whats the worse that's gonna happen, you'll get declined just like if u didn't apply anyway.
    Btw thanks for the advice, I got an offer today from UCL for econ, seems like they didn’t mind too much about my maths after all
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    I've also applied to UCL and on my maths module form I put C3 and C4 at an A grade even though they were both above 90ums. Am I correct that the maximum module grade possible is an A even in C3 and C4 since an A* is only achieved by an average of 90 between both? Will they think I've only achieved an A in maths even though my prediction for maths is an A*? Thanks.
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    (Original post by benlg3)
    I've also applied to UCL and on my maths module form I put C3 and C4 at an A grade even though they were both above 90ums. Am I correct that the maximum module grade possible is an A even in C3 and C4 since an A* is only achieved by an average of 90 between both? Will they think I've only achieved an A in maths even though my prediction for maths is an A*? Thanks.
    I put down A* for C3 C4 but if you’re unsure I would ask at your college/school to be absolutely certain, I didn’t see what was wrong in putting them as A*s as they were A2 modules above 90 ums but I would recommend asking to be sure.
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    (Original post by jschohan)
    I put down A* for C3 C4 but if you’re unsure I would ask at your college/school to be absolutely certain, I didn’t see what was wrong in putting them as A*s as they were A2 modules above 90 ums but I would recommend asking to be sure.
    I've already submitted it so im not sure if I should contact the admissions team and I'm yet to receive an offer so I'm slightly scared that it may have reduced my competitiveness.
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    (Original post by benlg3)
    I've already submitted it so im not sure if I should contact the admissions team and I'm yet to receive an offer so I'm slightly scared that it may have reduced my competitiveness.
    If I were you I’d contact them immediately and let them know that you got A*s in c3 c4 and would like to submit the form again. If your AS grades were good I don’t think it would have reduced the competitiveness of your application, if you had A*s in c3 c4 I would assume you’d have a very strong application regardless and you have got the A* prediction in maths anyway.
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    (Original post by benlg3)
    I've already submitted it so im not sure if I should contact the admissions team and I'm yet to receive an offer so I'm slightly scared that it may have reduced my competitiveness.
    Email them to clarify and include your UMS.
 
 
 
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