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    So I got 2 Ds in GCSE and they're ruining the look of all the other grades which are A*s and As, do I have to include them?
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    You don't have to. You should do though. You can't be forced to but you may later face consequences.
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    (Original post by Texxers)
    So I got 2 Ds in GCSE and they're ruining the look of all the other grades which are A*s and As, do I have to include them?
    You dont have to however, if they want to they can look
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    I was told we have to put every single grade into UCAS, be it good or bad
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      (Original post by hollas11)
      You dont have to however, if they want to they can look


      How will they know if someone did not declare every grade?
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      So if I got a D at AS in a subject but I'm resitting in May, I don't have to put it down?
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      (Original post by Mahel)
      So if I got a D at AS in a subject but I'm resitting in May, I don't have to put it down?
      It's all quite confusing, because I'm re-sitting a maths module...
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      We were told to put every qualification you have down. If they check and see that you didn't put it then they'll statt asking questions about what you're hiding. In submitting your UCAS you are agreeing that all of the information is accurate and full.
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      If you have earned a qualification (i.e. you got a certificate for it), you must declare it on your UCAS application. Not doing so is giving false information and if found you can be removed from university or even stripped of your degree, it's really serious.

      If you are unsure, include it anyway.
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      Wow I do want to put the 4 GCSEs that I failed in there
     
     
     
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