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    Hi, possibly a silly question, but just wondering as UCAS is strict about you adding all of your qualifications. I've put down on UCAS that I have a Grade 5 piano qualification. Do I also need to add the grade 1, 2 and 4 quals down? Or my grade 2 theory? Or is it sufficient just to put the highest level I've achieved?

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    (Original post by whamabr)
    Hi, possibly a silly question, but just wondering as UCAS is strict about you adding all of your qualifications. I've put down on UCAS that I have a Grade 5 piano qualification. Do I also need to add the grade 1, 2 and 4 quals down? Or my grade 2 theory? Or is it sufficient just to put the highest level I've achieved?

    Thanks!
    It ll be okay if you just stick the highest down
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    It ll be okay if you just stick the highest down
    Thank you, will do!
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    (Original post by whamabr)
    Hi, possibly a silly question, but just wondering as UCAS is strict about you adding all of your qualifications. I've put down on UCAS that I have a Grade 5 piano qualification. Do I also need to add the grade 1, 2 and 4 quals down? Or my grade 2 theory? Or is it sufficient just to put the highest level I've achieved?

    Thanks!
    I put all mine down but I'm pretty sure that just highest is fine I guess if you're applying for music it could help but otherwise I don't think unis particularly use them
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    (Original post by CompSci2018)
    I put all mine down but I'm pretty sure that just highest is fine I guess if you're applying for music it could help but otherwise I don't think unis particularly use them
    Thank you! I'm applying for Law so not music related but just wanted to be sure haha
 
 
 
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