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    I'll be getting an 'X' grade for a subject that I took this November examination session as I didn't attend the exam. Is it mandatory to declare it to UCAS?

    Also, will this grade show on the certificate with the other subjects that I took in the same session?
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    I'll be getting an 'X' grade for a subject that I took this November examination session as I didn't attend the exam. Is it mandatory to declare it to UCAS?

    Also, will this grade show on the certificate with the other subjects that I took in the same session?
    I think you just have to take which ever is the highest. For example, if you got an A in June or march or whatever, you use the A instead of the X
    And about your certificate, I'm not too sure, since I haven't got my GCSE certificate yet.
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    (Original post by realt)
    I'll be getting an 'X' grade for a subject that I took this November examination session as I didn't attend the exam. Is it mandatory to declare it to UCAS?

    Also, will this grade show on the certificate with the other subjects that I took in the same session?
    If it is a A-Level yes
 
 
 
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